My does the same thing. Took it out looked at the pan and it’s completely dry. For giggles I removed it to make sure the sensors are dry and indeed they are. The manual provided zero information to help. Last Samsung device I’ll buy.
There is not a reset. The best option is to take the sensor off and tape it up high somewhere or some people have even just removed it. It is located on drain pan on bottom of unit. Poor Samsung design with over sensitive sensor. Causes LC error code when pan is just damp...not necessarily as leak. Hope this helps.
Samsung is certainly aware of this defect. They should provide us with a real fix. If it is a differently calibrated sensor so be it. My dishwasher is only 2 months old. I'll have to look to see if I am eligible for warranty service.
Mines doing the same. I can’t tell when my warranty is up because I never was able to register it on the samsung site. They said it was registered and under warranty though. None of the suggestions from Samsung are working.
Same here, my appliances are a little over a year old and the ice maker won't and the diswasher doesn't. Shame on me for not heeding the warnings in the reviews. Never Samsung appliances in my home again.
@ userlIu3XOmsUP I would be happy to look into this further. Can you please send a Private Message here: http://bit.ly/2Kq3B5F with the full model and serial numbers of both appliances with a description of the symptoms that you are experiencing?
I’m having the same issue. I flipped the breaker for 3 hours and it still drains and flashes the LC code. I’m just glad I finished all of my Thanksgiving cleanup before it crapped out. What are people finding as the fix?