Question about Samsung RSH1DBBP (19.1 cu. ft.) Side by Side Refrigerator
Traced the leak, seems to be coming from around the evaporator fan. Quite a bit of ice around inside of panel but nothing major, i assume this is melting and leaking out the fridge. What do you think needs changed or checked?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is problem with x flow motor which is located inside the ref temp. assy. in frige section.this problem dosen't affect the cooling of fridge.this problem can resolved by replacing the x flow motor
Posted on Jun 01, 2008
SOURCE: ice maker leaks inside freezer
check the water discharge hose which fills the ice maker after ice is dumped into the bin. the line is located in most cases at one end of the ice maker and allows the water to flow into a funnel like device above the ice maker mold. the hose has the diameter of a penny, it is probably misaligned with the ice maker itself/
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
hi, this is a seal leak. its located behind the water release point. it could also be cracked, the assembly that is, but im sure its just a seal issue.
Posted on Feb 12, 2009
I would not be too alarmed about this. Most refrigeration systems will
drip water off of the condenser coils while in use. This can most often
be seen by cars that appear to "leak" only when the a/c is on. All that
this "leakage"is is condensation. This is the same reason that window air conditioners need to have a slight downward tilt to the outside. This is also why they unfortunately, often freeze up.
If you're only noticing leakage while the refrigerator is running then I would bet even money that this is what's happening especially if the refrigerator is still staying cold. Most normally this condensation is caught in a drip pan which lets the water evaporate. However, during periods of extended use, especially with periods of high humidity i.e. the summer, sometimes the condensation is higher than what the drip pan can hold and you get leakage over the sides.
Unfortunately while this is a relatively minor problem about the only way you are going to eliminate this is to install a dehumidifier in your home, or simply tolerate it for a month or so during the summer. I would bet dollars to peso's that after mid august this won't be a problem.
One thing to note however, is that if you start to see that it is running constantly, or if you notice that it's not keeping cool, then it may be time to call in a service person. But for your particular problem I don't think that will be necessary.
Actually a pretty common concern... second time in two hours I've seen it. :D
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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