Question about Samsung RF26VAB (25.5 cu. ft.) Refrigerator
Did online chat yesterday with Samsung. Did as directed: unplugged fridge, removed food from freezer, used hair dryer to hasten ice removal, removed all water, cleaned surfaces and then wiped down with dry cloth. Returned food to freezer. Plugged fridge back in. Set temp to recommended -2F. Frost already reforming today. Is next step replacement of defrost sensor or defrost heater assembly? If so, can I do that myself?
Check the door gasket carefully for cracks or other leaks. It is crucial to have a good barrier between the moist room air and the super-dry air inside the box that will quickly suck in the ambient humidity and form frost.
It would be difficult to change the sensor and the heater, and if the defrost cycle is running (and you feel some warmth around the bottom of the box when it is cycling) then the sensor and heater assembly are working and do not need to be replaced. The best practice is to remove any frost buildup at regular intervals and often to prevent a thick buildup that is difficult to remove.
Posted on Nov 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SAMSUNG RS253BAWW NOT WORKING
the ice maker wont cycle untill the temp of the ice is around 10 degrees so if the freezer is at 15 or 20 due to some other malfunction then you will see the maker full of ice but it wont harvest and make another batch. so you could have a sensor bad, control malfunction, refrigeration issue, compressor, defrost system malfunction(you mentioned ice build up)
Posted on May 08, 2008
it means that the freezer heater is bad, it's located after you remove the racks from the freezer and removing the back panel, it's at the bottom or below the condenser.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
i would check the magnetic seal around the door to make sure it is not letting air in ...this is the cause of the over freezing.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
try checking the freezer door seal.
if slight gap anywhere around the door seal drawer fronts will frost up.
warm seal up with hair dryer and ease seal out with your hands..
problem often happens with door reversal.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
SOURCE: Heavy Frost in the freezer
There are a few reasons for frost building up inside the freezer compartment. Refrigerators work like dehumidifiers collecting the moisture in the air inside and defrost is supposed to remove the moisture while defrost through a drain and then to the defrost condensate pan below the refrigerator. Ever notice how ice in freezer over time the ice cubes become smaller? Or food that is not sealed dries out. You either have one of three problems. Defrost drain blocked behind the rear wall in back of freezer, air leaking into freezer through the door seal and in your case the drawer seal and finally water possibly leaking into freezer from Ice Maker, Let me know, Thanks Sea Breeze
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
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