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check your user hand book as most fridge settings work the lower the number the colder the setting
so 1 is around 1-3 degrees , 3 is 4-6 degrees, 4 is 7-10 degrees
it is the freezer that works 1 is minus 5 and 5 is minus 20 degrees
it would explain why everything is freezing up
it would also explain the non stop running as the fridge is battling to keep the low setting
iPhone is a very durable piece of equipment; it is built to have an operating
ambient temperature of 32 to 95 degrees F (0 to 35 degrees C) however it is not built to
withstand temperatures of -4 to 113 degrees F (-20 to 45 degrees C)- which means you should
probably think about getting a different phone.
If it's American, the temperature probably reads as fahrenheit. If so, 20 degrees F is 12 degrees F below freezing which converts to only -6.67 degrees Celsius.
Domestic freezers should be set to -17 degrees Celsius (= 0 degrees F), so the beeper is warning you that the freezer compartment is far too warm. If it's working correctly and has the temperature control set correctly, then it should achieve the correct temperature if you leave it for 24 hours and do not open the door nor try to use the ice dispenser. If the freezer is full of unfrozen items and so has to cool those down as well, then it may take even longer to reach the correct operating temperature.
Te operating manual for your appliance will tell you how to set the temperature correctly and whether it's possible to select between fahrenheit and Celsius scales. Most models allow you to set an override on the beep alarm as well. I cannot guide you on this without knowing the exact Samsung model.
if you have a fridge/freezer thermometer great.leave inside each one for at least 12 hours to get average temperatures if in use. Answer .. the optimum temp for the freezer is -18/20c.0f, for the freezer and +2/5c.34/36f for the fridge.
fist check the temperature of fridge,should be +2-+5c.
freezer should be between -18 to -20c.it is possible that you f/f was designed to operate between +10 to +35 degrees.most are, so as you say its in your garage/shed the ambient temp is too low for it to operate efficiently,hence fridge feels warm(compared to when it was indoors.mine is in shed with a greenhouse heater.kept at +9.....
without checking equipment you can only assume things that may go wrong...1st..try fully defrosting complete unit,clean all vent/drain holes then switch back on and let unit do its thing for 24 hours.then check temperatures are minus 18-20c for freezer and plus 2-5c for fridge (approx)unless you have electrical meters to check, this is just about all you can do..