Removed bottom freezer drawer while moving & can't get back in
Nothing broken, just can't figure out if I have to unscrew the runners on the drawer to get the brackets in the freezer to go back in or just what the combination is. Also the brackets in the freezer seem to be spaced wider than the runners on the drawer??? Obviously didn't pay enough attention to what the freezer drawer looked like installed when removing the drawer to fit the frig through the front door. Can't find a manual on the internet. Arrgh, please help or send photo!!
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We have a different model Samsung, and I've heard a vibrating or buzzing noise twice. First, if the water filter isn't an exact fit (even Samsung's filters rattle), it will rattle. Second, if either of the ice makers gets stuck or jammed, it can make a vibrating noise. If our freezer drawer isn't making a good seal, ice will build up under the drawer or in the slides. Ours makes more of a humming noise, when this happens. Other areas to check: something stuck in the runner of your drawers or shelves (if yours pull out). There are also vents that draw air in and out of the cooling unit, and things in front of them may vibrate or rattle, too.
It sounds like you either have a drawer that's off track, or something has fallen behind the drawer, not allowing the drawer to close. Empty the freezer, and pull the drawer all the way out. Look behind the basket of the drawer and see if some thing has fallen behind it. If nothing is behind the drawer, then the drawer must be off track. At this point, you'll need to pull the drawer out to the most extended point. Now push the drawer back in about 3-4 inches an **** it open fairly hard. Not hard enough to move the whole refrigerator. Just enough to put the drawer back on track. Hope this helps. : )
Sorry to see your post so late. I believe your drawer slide guides or the rollers that help balance the drawer are broken and in need of repair. I will give you a link and hope maybe I can be helpful. Thank You,Sea Breeze
Has something fallen behind the drawer, and is preventing it from sliding back all the way? Remove the drawer by pulling it all the way out and lift it up and out. Look for anything that has fallen back there.
The rear panel can be removed,i have done it.I removed the 4 hex head screws from the top & bottom of the panel,and firmly pulled it forward.The reason i say pulled firmly is that when panel came out the back of the freezer was solid with ice.I have defrosted the freezer,dried any water from the unit and replaced the panel.Fingers crossed,so far,so good.In my case this build up of ice was definately the reason the drawers were not sitting in the correct position,as it caused the rear panel to 'bulge' out.Hope this helps.....
there is something wrong with the drawers position. they could have been installed in the reverse position or they could have been in the wrong placement. one could be on top while the other could be at the middle.
try putting the drawers one by one and check each time if the door could be close by then.
You said, you have the Kenmore Elite Trio Bottom Freezer. You moved your refrigerator
to a new home and removed the bottom freezer door, but can not seem to
figure out exactly how to put it back on correctly.
It's too much for me to tell you myself. This is easier! Page 9 shows you how to remove and reinstall doors.
http://www.managemyhome.com/mmh/lis_pdf/OWNM/L0523115.pdf Thank you, Huuum, Please remember to leave a rating!