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I have a Samsung Model DW80F800UWS and it keeps shutting off

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I have a Samsung Model DW80F800UWS and it keeps shutting off and displaying a 1E error code. I cleaned the sump, I disconnected the leak sensor and it still shows 1E
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Customer: It runs through the cycle and gets to where it should drain and instead of draining goes into 1E error and shuts down. I can reset it by disconnecting the power and reconnecting the power but it goes back into the 1E Error code.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Kelly replied 1 year ago.

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That error means that the sensor has sent a message to the control that the water is too hot. It may be caused by a faulty sensor, a relay on the board that is keeping the heater energized or a faulty control. Lastly, if the incoming water supply is too hot (> 175* F) it can cause that error. Does the water seem to be getting too hot?