Question about Refrigerators
Get the guys back because when they put the doors back on they have not adjusted the door closed sensor and the beeping is the fridge telling you that there is a door open
Posted on Nov 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 3 beeps
We had the same problem. Our fridge was beeping and the lights would not come on. To stop the beeping and turn the lights back on we had to press the OVER TEMPERATURE RESET button. As soon as we did this, the lights came back on and beeping stopped. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
If this is listed under the right model, then the only thing it could be is some models have a
door alarm,that will beep if the door is not closed. You could check and clean the gasket.
Or it the switch that tells the fridg that the door is closed. Check if there is a top door adjustment to bring the door closer to the fridge where the door hinge is. This might apply or push on the switch more.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
First, the Samsung Refrigerator is the only fridge that has one compressor, but two different evaporators to operate the freezer and the refrigerator separately. Thus, you can have the bottom freezer working fine, while the fridge part will not.
The reason your fridge is not working is probably a faulty door switch in the refrigerator. The switch is malfunctioning, telling the computer that the door is open. Therefore you hear the door alarm go off in intervals, even though the door is actually closed. If the computer registers an open door, it will not pump cool air into the refrigerator, as that would be a waste of energy. All you need to do is replace the door switch. Until you get a new one, you can temporarily fix your fridge by simply removing the old switch altogether. You will not have any light in the fridge, however, it will cool again just fine until you are able to install the new switch (a simple plug-in contraption, by the way).
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
The problem is the doorswitch of the freezer door. The door 'bump' which has to push in the swich doesn't push it in far enough. You can try and hold the switch an dpush it in with your finger and see if the sound continues. You can try to adjust the door, but easier is to glue or tape something to the door 'bump' so it pushes the switch further in. Hope this was the issue.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
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