Click on one of the links below to find out about the error messaging displaying on your screen:
E06 indicates that your integrated cooker has become overheated. Your oven's cooling motor is locked and too high of temperatures have been detected.
Allow the appliance to cool for 60 minutes and then switch the oven off and on again at the mains to reset it. If the fault still appears, be sure to arrange an engineer visit to replace the cooling motor.
Most Samsung integrated ovens have this safety feature in order to protect the oven from overheating.
Have you forgotten to turn the cooker off, perhaps after taking your food out? Error message S01 is a safety shut off code, indicating that the cooker has been left on for too long.
This code indicates that your cooker has automatically shut down and is intended to save energy as well as avoiding a potential fire hazard.
The simple solution is to switch the appliance off to reset the circuits. Your oven should work correctly the next time you use it.
The E08 preheating error code appears if the set oven temperature is not reached within 50 minutes. If this code appears, the reason might be due to overheated thermostats, a defective heater or a defective relay; in which case a repair will need to be arranged.
However, if food has been put into the oven during the preheating time that may cause the error code, since the presence of food cools the oven and so it doesn't reach the right temperature. The error message can be removed by turning the oven off and turning it on again.
To prevent this error code from happening again, the oven should not be used during the preheating period. The preheating period ends just after the sound signal and the icon in the display have turned off. When the oven gives the signal, it's close to the set temperature and your food can be put in.
The Error code OT indicates that the touch panel on your integrated Samsung hob has reached a temperature above 110ºC. This may have been caused by cookware being left on the touch panel or it could indicate a faulty heating element.
The simple solution is to switch the appliance off at the mains to reset the circuitry and allow your hob to cool down for awhile. If the fault recurs, you may need to call an engineer to arrange a visit to address a possible element fault.
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