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Samsung RS2545SH refrigerator just stopped making ice. any advice?

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Samsung Fridge  RS2545SH stopped cooling. The fridge section is about 50/55 and freezer is around 45. It wont go below. At one point, there was rumbling rattling sound from the compressor. Icemaker also stopped woprking.

Posted on Dec 28, 2009

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Check if there is water coming to the icemaker, if there is no water then test the inlet valve.

If icemaker is not operating , test wiring and solenoid using a multimeter (better done by a technician).

If cubes are not released , check the evap system in the icemaker.

Always unplug power cord before doing maintainance.

Here diagrams and parts for your fridge.

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