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I did a GOOGLE search using your reforge model number. I came up with several sites that have all of the info you need. The best was RC Repair parts. Here you will find all of the repair parts you need with pictures of same. Look it over I used this service for my Refrige a few years back and it was GREAT! also did a repair on my washing machine again a big help and all the parts were listed and available.
The lock and unlock feature is accomplished by holding the lock button for 3 seconds, and you will see a count down number just above it that indicates 3, then 2, then 1, and a soft tone along with the lock icon appears. To reverse this hold the same button for 3 seconds following the same procedure and the unlock icon will appear.
Check temp setting. Freezer temp in between -14 and +8*F. And fridge temp must be in between 38* and 46*F.
Make sure the dispenser is notlocked. Some models have a lock feature that deactivates the dispenser andcontrol buttons. The lock button is located on the dispenser front cover.This feature controls unintentional dispensing. Press the"Unlock" or "Locked" button to reactivate the dispenser andallow dispenser function. You may need to hold the button for2 to 3 seconds.
A clogged or incorrectly installedwater filter will reduce the water flow to the water dispenser. Check for aproblem with the filter by removing the filter and operating the dispenser. Ifwater begins to flow, then the filter is either clogged or incorrectlyinstalled. A clogged filter will need to be replaced.
Hi. If you remove the light unit ond the lower casing which has four screws two of which are under the small vent covers that unclip. The light unit by the way has two screws under the difuser and that unclips. Mark the top before removeing with tape to give ease of replacement. After removing the top light unit inside the fridge and unclipping the two electrical terminals it can be removed. The same is true for the lower unit. Be aware the lower unit will be frozen in place. Ease it away to break the ice seal and remove the electrical connections. Use a hairdrier on full powar to fefrost the cooler unit at the rear of the fridge. Use the same method to defrost the removed fan unit. Pay attention to the fan drain. It may need the insulation trimming to make it drain and work again when re installed. Cut it away with a craft knife. When it is dry and defrosted re install in using the reverse procedure. Be aware it will frost up again and need you to do the whole thing again as soon as the fan gives signs of fouling on ice. You will hear it catch. Regards. Paul.
Are you sure about that model number because I have the service manual for a RS265AA if you like. The water valve can be tested ao back with a multi-meter and should show 120 volts or your home voltage when someone presses the dispense water switch. If yes the voltage is present the water control valve is defective and will need replaced.Double check your model number because there are no Samsung refrigerators with the RF2 prefix RS2 is Samsung prefix. Let me know, what you find, Sea Breeze
We had thought this was a free service...??? Yes, we fixed it ourselves, after trial and error. We pulled out the ice bin and there is an arm that is moves back and forth beside it. It had frozen up. That is the ice crusher. Thaw it out and it is fixed. By the way, the above posting was not by us--ours stated that our ice crusher did not crush ice anymore. Instead, cubes came out...
Spray a good quantity of WD-40 on the spindle of the fan motor where it enters the motor itself. This should get the fan working smoothly with no noise. This will probably solve the other problems, as the fan prevents various components from overheating and shutting down.
The wheels are probably OK, the tech likely lowered the leveling feet in the front to keep it from rolling by accident. Turn the little level legs (the screw up into the fridge) until the weight is back on the roller wheels, then you should be able to move it. A pair of "channel lock" pliers on the rubber feet work the best depending on how much weight is on them.