Question about Samsung RF26XAEWP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello here is how to fix the problem, first you have to remove the ice bin then then press the freeze temp and power cool buttons for about 12 seconds until the display panel switches to the option mode and you hear a beep.
A number under "Frige temp" corresponds to the option number. Press the fridge temp. button to increase the number and the power cool button to increase the number and the power cool button to decrease the number. set the option number to 3
now you have to select the input data to control the water supply time. Press the freeze temp button to increase the value. Press the power freeze bottom to decrease the value. Choose the right amount of water supplied to the ice tray which should be to where the water level is even with the rib on the inside of the tray.
input data = 00, 5 secs/01, 4 secs/02, 3 secs/ 03, 6 secs/ 04,7 secs/05,8secs
Let em know if this helps or not.
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
try emptying your ice tray out cleaning it real good then try it if doesnt work still may need board or auger motor
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
SOURCE: flashing temp on freezer door
take and press the two top buttons on the control panel and reset the unit. it appears the the freezer is not operating properly and may by frozen up
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
all you can really do is put heat to it (hair dryer) but be careful that you don't melt the water tube. or you can remove food and leave door open til it melts
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
SOURCE: Ice cube dispenser not working
I had this problem. The root cause was that mineral deposits had built up in the ice cube tray. The ice would not "dump"... but stayed in the tray after the dump cycle. I did not catch it quickly and eventually the plastic frame broke. That was easily replaced. Inspect the ice tray to see that all cube surfaces are smooth. If there are mineral deposits, they need to be removed. Do NOT scrub with anything abraisive or you will ruin the tray. As you are looking straight on at the Ice maker, with the bin out, depress the small black retangular tab. The tray assembly will come apart to remove the tray. Rinse the tray, then fill with warm vinegar. Let it soak. You may scrub with soft cloth, finger or fingernail to remove deposits. Replace the tray and you should be in business.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
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