Samsung Refrigerator Error Code 1E Blinking – How To Reset





If your Samsung refrigerator is blinking with the 1E error showing on the display, here is what it means and how to reset it. The 1E error code means the refrigerator lost power. This usually occurs from a power outage. When the 1E is displayed, the display panel will lose all functionality and the refrigerator will not dispense water or ice. (NOTE: The error code may look like 1E, 1 e, IE, or lE.)

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How To Reset Refrigerator Display Panel?

How do I reset the 1E error code on my Samsung refrigerator after a power failure?

PRESS and HOLD the ENERGY SAVER button and the LIGHTING button at the same time for 10 – 15 seconds.

After pressing the 2 buttons on the refrigerators display, your Samsung refrigerator will reset and resume normal operation. The ice maker should now dispense ice, and the water dispenser should now dispense water.







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PRESS and HOLD the ENERGY SAVER button and the LIGHTING button to reset.

NOTE: Even if the ENERGY SAVER button and the LIGHTING button are not illuminated, you can still press them to get the refrigerator back to normal.


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Samsung Refrigerator Troubleshooting – Display Control

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Pressing the 2 top buttons will reset your refrigerator.

Some Samsung refrigerator owners have reported that after clearing the 1 E error code, the refrigerator will not cool. After clearing the error code, be sure the fridge is cooling, dispensing water, and dispensing ice. If you have problems after clearing the 1e error code, please let us know what the issue is by leaving your question below and we can assist with troubleshooting.


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1 Jo July 8, 2017 at 6:37 am

How can we stop the Refrigerator’s Compressor running at full strength when it comes back after a powercut?
It does it even if the power has failed for a couple of minutes.
It is sending our consumption up immeasurably since there are 5 or 6 cuts minimum a day!

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2 Raj Venkat June 2, 2017 at 3:06 am

I have a “40 E” error code on my Samsung French door refrigerator RF24SFEDBSR/BB. We moved the refrigerator from one house to another this morning. Waited 4 hours before turning ON.

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DIY Project Help Tips 3 DIY Project Help Tips June 2, 2017 at 10:12 am

Raj Venkat,

The Samsung Refrigerator Error 40E means the fan that supplies air to the icemaker is NOT working properly.
Or there may be a board error, here is what you can do to try to reset…
Press and hold the top right and top left buttons on the control panel together for 5 to 10 seconds to attempt to reset the control panel.
If that does not work…

To fix the issue after still getting the 40E error code and after trying to reset the control panel:
If your Samsung is plugged into power and also not blocked with ice then REPLACE THE FAN MOTOR.

How to access fan motor on Samsung refrigerator:
-Remove the ice bucket
-Remove the icemaker
-Remove the back wall behind the icemaker
-The fan is located here (in most Samsung refrigerators)
-Remove and replace the fan motor

-RR

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4 BILL DAVIS May 24, 2017 at 5:38 pm

I tried it for the fifth time and it worked.

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5 BILL DAVIS May 24, 2017 at 5:33 pm

The control panel is dark except for 1 E error code. I have pressed and held the energy saver and lighting buttons and no change. The frig will dispense water and ice and appears to cool ok.

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6 TERRY January 29, 2017 at 7:51 pm

I have reset the Error Code: 1E as instructed and it has worked, but every few days, it returns and I have to reset again. What could the issue be for causing this code to continuously appear without a power failure.

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