I have a 20 month old Samsung gas top gas oven. I was baking a casserole for the same amount that I cooked it once before. I took it out at the same amount of time as I did once before and it was raw. I tried making cookies 2 weeks ago and the oven never got to temperature but said that it was on the electrical part, beeping saying it was ready to cook. Can somebody please tell me what is going on as it seems I am not the only one with this issue. Thank you
I have a NE58H9970WS that until 2 days ago worked great. Cooked dinner in the oven, no problem. Went to bake off a pie and no heat. Burners (induction) work fine. Breakers and voltage is fine. Seems like a common issue with this and related products. Any idea what is happening with these things?
We bought our Samsung oven 58F9500SS/AA in Dec 2015 along with a Samsung Fridge (can you say class action law suit for the fridge???) I owned a bakery at the time and so my husband did most of the cooking (if we didn't eat out) and as a result, I didn't know just how bad the oven was until I tried cooking for Thanksgiving and again for Christmas. it was then I call for a warranty repair and was calling within the 1 year warranty but because the repair man couldn't get me scheduled until after the warranty date, I'd have to pay a service call fee.
Here's our problems (yes, plural): 1st of all, Best Buy had to bring a new oven out becuase the back right stove top eye didn't even work.
The oven won't maintain a temp. I have a thermometer in the oven and I've become accustom to re-preheating the oven to the correct temp. It happens more often than not set at 350 degrees, and most often happens at higher than 400 degree cooking (450 degrees for homemade pizza) but always happens no matter the temp when using convection cooking. I have attempted everything the Samsung rep over the phone suggested in trying to reset or adjust the temp per page 51 in my manual.
When you press bake and then the desired cooking temp, the oven will instantly beep and tell you your oven is pre-heated. Sometimes it only take one more time to try this and it will indeed pre-heat. Other times it could take 4 to 5 times pressing bake, selecting the desired temp and then pressing oven on to actually get it to start pre-heating.
The front left stove top eye (which i was told by said samsung phone rep that it will reset also when I follow her steps to resetting the oven) (IT DIDN"T) cooks on a level of 6/7 almost all the time unless you set it to high/8 and then it cooks at a high temp like it's supposed to. Meaning, I mostly only boil water for noodles on this eye but sometimes if I stand watch, I can make rice too. IF it is a good day and it feels like lowering to a 2 or 1 then i can make rice, otherwise it just keeps boiling and boiling and never simmering so that the rice boils over. I have to change eyes when that happens. You can never START at a 2. It will for sure cook at a 6/7. Imagine frying bacon or cooking an omelet....it doesn't happen unless you like it burnt.
I haven't called for a service call after the initial try simply because I didn't feel like sinking more money into a brand new, should work like it's suppose to appliance. I simply adjusted my way of cooking/baking (and shouldn't have to). I have kids and I teach them all to cook, but there are things I am not comfortable letting them do on this stove. It's ridiculous that something like this is so awful. Between the fridge and my stove/oven, I will not be purchasing a Samsung product again.
Very sorry to hear of this, if you were reaching out about the problem while still in warranty then even if the appointment couldn't be set until after the warranty expiration date it should still be covered. Mind reaching out to me here with the previous ticket number from Samsung so I can look into this for you?-->http://bit.ly/2igAXKH
Is it possible to reset this oven. I tried shutting the power off to the oven. That did not work.I read it could be a problem with the control board..This unit is only 2 years old..How can this go bad so quickly? This oven cost too much money to have this type of problem...I hope Samsung can provide some help on this...
My oven is not working either. I have a chef collection oven and I’ve had it checked by an authorized Samsung technician. He couldn’t figure out how to fix it and apparently samsung tech support wasn’t much help to him either. I even sent a letter to the president of samsung usa and got an apalling response. Apparently there is nothing samsung can do about it because my appliance is almost 4 years old. So I’m stuck with an expensive yet unusable oven that nobody can fix. Awful experience. I really don’t know what to do next.
I’ll save everyone the tale of the rest of my apliances, but long story short, every single one of the chef collections appliances has had to be repaired or replaced within three years. Ridiculous.