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samsung fault code

larry harding

Premium Member
Aug 10, 2005
a customer brought in a samsung m/o mod.mr1034uwd ser.7mbxc00269w. after being plugged in for a few seconds it would go to an e-5 code and wouldn't take any commands. i unplugged the key pad and reconnected the oven to power, every thing o k, reconnected the key pad and everything is working as it should. i can't locate the fault codes on the internet. can anyone help? i am afraid it is not fixed even though it is working at this time.

Even the service manual doens't mention fault codes :mad:

Its probably to late but that error is for the touch key pad. There is a recall on some of these m/w made for rv's. The unit will start cooking while the customers on vacation and catch on fire. At least thats what happened to my customer.

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