Question about Samsung Refrigerators
I noticed that my tv and everything conected to it was out. I then checked frig ,it was out was suggested to plug in extension cord to keep frig on . While moving frig, everything came on!!! Everythings fine now what happened
If the whole house power wasn't down, then you could have a circuit breaker that is flaky or a wire connection in the breaker panel or at one of the outlet boxes along the way from the panel to your outlets. If it happened once, it will happen again. I'd cycle the power at the breaker, just on general principles to make sure the movable components within the breaker are where they are supposed to be. If it happens again, I'd start at the breaker and check every outlet box in that circuit for a loose connection, either a screw or wirenut. Breakers aren't expensive to replace if you can't find any loose connections along the way.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The damper is not opened and closed just by control movement alone. Your control connects to the damper by a notched plastic band. The damper also has a temperature sensor on it. To check damper operation set control to 4. Hold an ice cube to the temp sensor (a coil of small aluminum tubing) and the damper sholud close. As long as the fresh food comprtment is calling for cold air, the damper will remain open reguardless of control setting.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
hey ur thermister has worn out may be due to the power surge when the power came back at that time so change the thermistor then check it out.........
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
If you have an OHM meter, check from the flat conductors of the plug to the ground section of the plug. Any reading at all indicates a short in the circuit. Most likely place of the short could be the compressor. If you are capable, with the unit unplugged disconnect the leads from the compressor, then see if the breaker trips when you plug it in. If not the problem is the compressor . At ten years old it would be more expedient to get a new refrigerator than to replace the compressor. The warranty is up and you would pay the big bill for the compressor and labor.
Posted on May 28, 2008
it indicates the problem with defrost timer.actually the defrost timer sends the command to defrost the ice formed inside the tube after every particular time interval.if the timer is faulty.it wont defrost at all and the ice will keep clogging the tubes and so some sections of fridge wont get cooled due to clogged vents until its manually defrosted.
to fix this problem you will have to get the defrost timer replaced.this will definately solve the issue.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
Yes ,, if the fridge outlet is behind the fridge and therefore not accessible for use by counter top appliances .. then yes change it to a regular outlet.
The cause is probably the compressor, getting a bit noisy..electrical noise I mean.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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