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Samsung Oven Making Noise — How To Fix
Below we have listed the various types of noises your Samsung oven could make and what to do about them.
Samsung Oven Grinding Noise — Cause And Solution
If the fan in your Samsung oven is making a grinding noise, the fan motor is wearing out. To stop your Samsung oven from making noise, the fan motor should be replaced. Below are the steps you need to follow to replace your Samsung oven’s fan motor…
Step 1: To avoid the risk of electrocution, unplug your oven’s power cord from the outlet.
Step 2: Open the oven door.
Step 3: Take out the racks in the oven.
Step 4: You will see locks on the door hinges. Flip them forward.
Step 5: Close the oven door till it stops.
Step 6: Lift the oven door up, tilt it in, and remove.
Step 7: Set the door assembly on a cloth lined surface.
Step 8: Remove the screws which hold the fan cover on the back wall of the oven interior.
Step 9: Remove the fan cover.
Step 10: In the center of the fan blade, there will be a nut. Take it out by using a nut driver to turn it clockwise.
Step 11: Remove the fan blade and washer from the fan motor shaft.
Step 12: Pull the oven away from the wall.
Step 13: Take out the screws which hold the oven’s lower back panel in place.
Step 14: Remove the panel and set it aside.
Step 15: Disconnect the wire harness from the fan motor.
Step 16: There are three screws which hold the fan motor in place, take them out.
Step 17: Pull out the fan motor and get a replacement.
Step 18: Insert the motor shaft into the hole in the oven.
Step 19: Return the three screws which hold the fan motor in place.
Step 20: Reposition the back panel and hold it in place with the screws.
Step 21: Return the fan blade and washer.
Step 22: Secure them with the nut.
Step 23: Return the fan cover and the screws which hold it in place.
Step 24: Take the door back to the oven and position the hinges in the slots.
Step 25: Lower the door and flip the locks back.
Step 26: Close the door of the oven.
Step 27: Plug the oven back into the outlet.
Step 28: Push the oven to the wall.
The video below will show you how to replace a Samsung oven’s fan motor.
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Samsung Gas Oven Making Noise — How To Fix
If your Samsung gas oven is making a clicking noise, the igniter is wet. Follow these steps to stop your Samsung oven clicking…
Step 1: To avoid electrocution, switch off the circuit breaker.
Step 2: Pull out the bottom drawer of the oven.
Step 3: Open the oven door.
Step 4: Slide out all the racks in the oven.
Step 5: Look underneath the oven, you will see a white wire harness, this is connected to the igniter. disconnect the wire harness.
Step 6: Go to the oven interior and remove the two screws on the bottom floor.
Step 7: Lift the floor panel out of the oven.
Step 8: Remove the Philips head screws which secure the heat shield and take the shield out of the oven.
Step 9: Take out the screws which hold the igniter to the left side of the burner tube.
Step 10: Clean off any moisture from the igniter using paper towels.
Step 11: Leave the igniter to dry overnight.
Step 12: Once the igniter is completely dry, screw it back to the burner tube.
Step 13: Position the heat shield and the screws which hold it in place.
Step 14: Return the floor panel and hold it in place with the two screws.
Step 15: Slide the racks back into the oven.
Step 16: Look underneath the oven and reconnect the wire plug to the igniter.
Step 17: Close the oven door and return the bottom drawer.
Step 18: Switch the circuit breaker back on.
Samsung Stove Makes Clicking Noise — How To Fix
If your Samsung stove makes a clicking noise, it’s because the igniter is wet. Read this article to fix this problem.
Samsung Microwave Oven Buzzing Noise — How To Fix
If your Samsung microwave oven is making a buzzing noise, the component you should replace is the diode. Below are the steps you need to follow in order to replace the diode in a Samsung oven…
Step 1: To avoid the risk of electrocution, unplug the microwave from the outlet.
Step 2: Open the microwave door.
Step 3: Remove the screws which secure the front vent. There will be two or three screws at the top.
Step 4: Pull out the front vent and set it aside.
Step 5: Remove the screw on the left side of the control panel. If there is another screw behind the control panel, take it out as well.
Step 6: Lift the control panel assembly up and lower it down.
Step 7: Move the control panel out of the way.
Step 8: Take out the screws which hold the metal inner access panel of the oven in place. This panel will be visible once you remove the control panel.
Step 9: Set the inner access panel aside.
Step 10: Using a pair of pliers, disconnect the wires from the capacitor. Make sure not to touch the capacitor as it still stores electricity when the oven is turned off.
Step 11: Place a pair of pliers with insulated handles across the terminals of the capacitor simultaneously to discharge it. There should be a small pop when you do this.
Step 12: Disconnect the diode from the capacitor and take out the screw which holds it in place.
Step 13: Remove the diode and get a new one.
Step 14: Reconnect the new diode to the capacitor.
Step 15: Hold the diode in place with the screw.
Step 16: Return the metal inner access panel and secure it using the screws.
Step 17: Lift the control panel assembly and insert the tabs back into the slots in the microwave.
Step 18: Return the screw or screws which secure the panel.
Step 19: Return the front grille of the microwave and the screws which hold it in place.
Step 20: Close the microwave door and plug it back in.
Samsung Oven Making Noise FAQ
Samsung Oven Popping Noise
As the oven heats up and cools down, the metal contracts. This makes a popping sound while the oven is being used. This is not a fault.
Samsung Oven Humming Noise
If you hear a humming noise from your Samsung oven, it’s normal. The oven makes a humming noise while being used because of the fan.