Why is my Samsung Air Conditioner blinking?
Are you finding that your Air Conditioner:
- Is not performing well
- Airflow is not as efficient as it used to be
- Won’t turn on
- Is making noises it never used to
Samsung Air conditioning systems can experience a range of issues, and it is vital that your systems are inspected and serviced on a regular basis, to prevent problems from occurring.
When your Samsung air conditioning unit indicator blinks, you first need to check its display code. In most cases, it will not be a product defect. But there may be some cases that may require a service technician from Climaterite to visit for further inspection or servicing of your Samsung unit.
If the indoor unit indicator blinks, it is a good idea to write down the Samsung error code and contact our team at Climaterite so they can direct you with further instructions. The first letter of the error code will differ depending on the model. Our expert team at Climaterite will tell you the best course of action.
Do I need an expert every time I see an error code?
There may be times when you don’t need a technician, so it is always better to check first, and our
Samsung air conditioning Australia team will advise you further. Some common codes that may not need a technician are listed below:
Also called a filter-cleaning reminder, the CF display code is indicative of the dust in the filter of your A/C unit. When the inside air filter has too much dust, your air conditioner is unable to draw in a sufficient amount of air, which may also result in issues with the temperature and noise. We recommend cleaning the filter every 3 months if not sooner, or when the CF display code appears on the indoor unit display.
DF (Defrost function)
The DF indicator appears on the indoor unit display when the Defrost function is on, and steam is produced on the outdoor unit. The air conditioner stops running to prevent cold air from coming out of the indoor unit.
When the outdoor temperature is low, and the humidity is high, frost may develop on the outdoor heat exchanger, which may decrease heating efficiency. In this case, the air conditioner runs the Defrost function for 5 to 12 minutes, while heat mode is on, to remove frost from the outdoor heat exchanger. If nothing works, try resetting your Samsung Air Conditioner.
How to reset a Samsung Air Conditioner System?
- Power down your AC – start at your circuit breaker panel and flip the breaker that powers your AC
- Find the reset button – most air conditioning units are equipped with a reset button
- Hold down the reset button for 3 to 5 seconds and then release
- Restore power to your AC
If the error codes keep appearing after you have tried the steps above, contact Climaterite, your expert Samsung air conditioning service provider, for professional Samsung repair and servicing in Melbourne, Geelong and surrounds.
Where else can you find error codes?
If you are not sure where to start looking for advice, it’s best to call the expert team at Climaterite. One of our technicians from Samsung air conditioning tech support team will be happy to help and direct you further. You can trust that you will get the right advice on time. Climaterite also provides Samsung air conditioning services for commercial jobs in Melbourne, Geelong and surrounds, so, no matter your requirement, we will be ready to assist you. From Sunbury to St Kilda, Hastings to Blairgowrie, Broadmeadows to Warrandyte, we have got you covered!
Call our expert team today on 03 9878 4158 to discuss your needs or contact us here