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Frost on back wall of the fridge

Temperature display 4C but products don't fill cold

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  • Anonymous Feb 18, 2009

    there is afault with some of samsung fridges they should replace the fan cover which ices up with a replacement one (they have changed the design) for free mine was 1 year out of warranty

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Unplug thye unit and let it thaw out. the frost that you are seeing has the coil frozer up underneath the panels.

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Fridge is cold, freezer is not


Please look into the freezer for frost build-up on the rear wall. If you are having a defrost problem it may limit the freezer temperature and still be cold enough for the fresh food section to remain at safe temperatures but not for long before freezer and fresh food section warms because frost blocks airflow and the evaporator is unable to keep everything cold because of frost build-up. I don't have your model number so I will list the parts that may need to be replaced. The defrost control=> 12002754 Frost Kit, defrost thermostat and 67002493 Defrost Heater Assembly
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67003426 Defrost Thermostat
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For testing of the defrost thermosat and defrost heater refer to the same page as the parts, If these parts are good the the 12002754 Frost Kit, could be defective. The 12002754 Frost Kit,
can be found in the control panel inside the fresh food compartment. Let me know if you have questions and also if you are not having a defrost problem, Thanks Sea Breeze
Locate your model number


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Fridge warm, freezer has frost on back panel & is defrosting, fans work, just changed defrost thermostat, no air is moving from freezer side to fridge side, drain pan under fridge is dry


this fan needs to run when the compressor runs,check fan blade for being jammed by ice if you have this much ice on back wall as ice will stall motor,if no fan there will be no cool air to refrige compartment also the defrost drain tray will fill with water then freeze over which in turn floods the freezer floor and refrige compartments cause it cannot drain to the pan in the bottom

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Have you checked compressor running, fans working, condenser clean etc?

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My freezer frosted over everything because the door was not shut tight and now it will not clear.


take out all the food out of the freezer,unplug the fridge and get a hair dryer and start melting out all the ice in the freezer,then blow the hot air into the vent holes on the back wall until you don't see any more water dripping down through the slots in the back wall.turn the machine back on,open the fridge door after around 5 or 10 minutes and if you feel cold air blowing into the fridge you fixed the problem,if you don't feel cold air keep hitting the inside back wall with the hair dryer and keep blowing the hot air into the holes in the back wall.all that it does is the freezer gets cold and there's a fan behind the back wall in the freezer,the fan blows the cold air into the fridge side,if the air ducts are frozen the air can't circulate into the fridge section so you have to melt the ice out so the cold air can blow from the freezer to the fridge.good luck,if you have another fridge remove the food and unplug it and leave the doors open for a day and it will melt out.good luck

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Although the compressor seems to be working the freezer and refrigerator are not maintaining cold temperatures


Check to see if there is excess frost on the back wall of the freezer look behind the wall if you can . you might have a defrost problem. if you do look behind the freezer wall but don't see frost on the evaporator ( even but not restricting) you might have a sealed system problem.

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if one of the panels in the fridge has frost on it, the evaporator coils may be iced up. this restricts the cold air flow. to defrost: empty the fridge and freezer, turn it off, remove the panel in the freezer that has the frost, use a hairdryer and defrost the ice buildup, sop up excess water, dry it up, replace the panel, turn it on (while it's empty), set the temp halfway, and close the doors. when the compressor turns off, fill the fridge. if the panels are frostless and the coils are warm, you may be out of refrigerant from a freon leak somewhere. it might be cheaper to replace the fridge.

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Freezer wrk OK but temperature in the bottom fridge not cold


If you have a frost build up on the interior back wall of the freezer, you have a defrost issue. This would include a bad defrost control, bad heater or terminator.
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The thermostat is not functioning the way it should leading to frost build up. You need to replace it. Should cost you around 40$

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My freezer dosen't work but the fridge seems to be O.K.or at least cold enough (Model BX2255W Manufacturing# P1196708WW) Ive vacumed underneath and adjusted both the freezer and refer controls. The fans...


Normally it is the temperature of the refrigerator that shows the first sign of a problem because the refrigerator is cooled by air from the freezer. Check the back wall of the freezer for signs of frost. If there is frost on the back wall you have a defrost system problem.

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