Question about Samsung Refrigerators
I take it your icebox has packed in following damage to it as a result of cleaning. Check for any cracks or loose pipe/connection. If it's there then you'll have to get it fixed. Check with any small electrical retailer if they can recommend an engineer. Phone him and explain the problem and he should give you an estimate for repair. If it's too much, then you can decide whether or not you want to pay that or put the money towards a new fridge complete with a years parts and labour guarantee. Stay with the small electrical shop as they have better after sales service.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Hi fridges will warm up on the outside as they remove heat from the inside. excessive heat with not extreme cooling inside the fridge indicates a possible degridation of coolant fluid or a leak. as the motor tries to cool the fridge the thermostat inside stays on as the tempreture inside has not been reached. if you hear the motor/ pump continually running this will indicate a cooling problem.
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