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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
connect the water line in to the solenoid [with out the filter] to see if u dispensing water
Posted on Dec 01, 2007
SOURCE: No water coming out
check power at the water pump. It is two of them one for icemaker, one for water dispenser. Pump located on the back bottom left....you need a 1/4 nut driver to take bottom panel off. Check power when someone else push water dispenser botton on the front of thr fride...if it is power you have to repalece whoe assembly, if it is not you have dig in deeper in to door dispenser...any question please ask, email@example.com
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Take the front cover off of the ice maker. Under the cover there are some test points, V stands for valve and should have 120, L stands for line and should have 120, N is nuetral and should have continuity to ground. If all of these check good replace the ice maker, If not troubleshoot the wiring. The fastest way to find out if it is the ice maker it to jumpre the two middle terminals on the ice maker plug. If it spits out water replace the ice maker.
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
SOURCE: I have a SRS615DP Samsung
Turn off the main water supply line to the ice-maker and see if its still leaking.If its stop leaking then the possible option for leak is either the valve behind the ice-maker or the water supply line tube is cracked and this is leaking the water. I will explain the problem in detail.At the back of ice maker unit there is a water valve.When the ice maker unit dispense the ice,at that time this valve opens and water gets filled in the ice maker unit for next lot of ice to be made.This valve gets command from main control board of the refrigerator unit.This valve only opens for seven second to fill the water, and then it closes so water does not overfill.But in case if this valve is not getting closed then water will overfill and it will leak.So one possibility is to check this valve.There are two valves.One is main valve and one is this valve at the back of ice-maker.The main valve is where the water starts flowing,this main valve is at the back of fridge section.But you have to check the water valve at the back of ice-maker section.Now the other possibility,that is the water passing tube.This tube starts from main valve then this tube goes to water valve at the back of ice-maker then from there it enters the ice maker chamber.But if this tube is cracked or kinked or its got loose then it can leak water from where its loose or kinked.In some cases this tube is just got loose from its connecting hose so the water leaks due to that.Simply connecting the tube to its hose helps.But it has to be checked to confirm the problem.Its a plastic tube so it can get easily cracked or broken.----------- This are the two possibilities due to which the water can leak or overflow and leak from ice-maker section of Samsung refrigerator.----------- This troubleshooting will help to confirm the fault.Thanks.Helpmech.
Posted on Jan 13, 2011
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