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Fridge freezer fridge temp up&down never less than +13filter always red after new one put inwater stopped coming through but still makes ice

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  • 28tamar Nov 07, 2007

    I have the same problems on my Samsung fridge.freezer - primarily that the water has stopped dispensing but it keeps making ice ok - it was on & off with the water and now nothing - please can somebody advise?

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Sounds like you're freezing up. You're going to have to shut it down and let it melt...a day or more. Clean your condenser below the unit. When you restart the unit, get a thermometer in there. Your temperature in F should be 5-10 in the freezer and about 40 in the fridge. Colder than that causes problems.

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