Question about Samsung RS2630SH Side by Side Refrigerator
I used a sharp object to remove some frozen food stuff, by bad luck there was a hole in the freezer, can the hole be fixed.
If you made a hole in the veins/tubes that carry the freezing chemical, then no, not by you.
Do not inhale this chemical and keep your children away from it.
You must call a professional to fix this because of the metals involved but especially the chemical that runs inside it.
As the chemical drains out your unit will work less and less cold. I do not recommend you leaving it turned on.
I know this next part sounds a bit weird, but if you have any bubble gum, chew some up and stick it in the hole until a repairman can come. Bubble gum actually dries hard and with no chemicals so it plugs holes very well. Keep the door closed until you talk to a repairman.
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Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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