Question about Refrigerators
Is there a 24 hours cooling off period so you are able to return it ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, it sounds as though when they did the install, they may have a poor brazed joint and the unit lost its charge while setting until now. If the indoor unit runs and is blowing just air, go to the outdoor unit to see if its running. If not the problem is out there. If its off, check the breaker to make sure it is on. They should have also put a disconnect box at the condenser out side. It has 2- fuses inside behind the plastic cover that you can check. If it has power to it, its probably lost its charge and its off on its low pressure switch. Its a small switch brazed to the larger of copper lines inside where the compressor is located and will have 2-BLUE wires coming off the top and is also BLUE in color. There is a high pressure swith that is RED that looks the same so dont confuse them, go by color. You can jump across the 2 with a jumper wire leaving the wires inplace, just move the conectors up to clip onto metal. If its off on low pressure it will start. Don't run it!!This is just to check it. Get back to me to let me know what you have found and if the outdoor unit was off or on.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
They did a software update recently. Try uninstalling it and have a new email sent to you from their website to reinstall.
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
(((a-10) + (b-10) + (c-10) + (d-10))/4) = 24
((a+b+c+d+e+e)/6) = 24
(((a-10) + (b-10) + (c-10) + (d-10))/4) = ((a+b+c+d+e+e)/6)
Solve for e
Posted on Nov 23, 2010
The blower/fan motor may be shot. The fan ON/OFF circuit switch, may be locked up or has totally failed. The only way to test it, is with a circuit tester to see if the fan is in fact getting power.
Hope this helps you troubleshoot the problem.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
Testimonial: "Thank you for your advice. So, it could be the switch, the motor or the capacitor. Capacitors can be had for $12-$20, I have been finding out. "
"SE" means you have a shorted membrane keypad. It's not uncommon for it to be intermittent or partially operable.
Since it's under warranty, I would contact Samsung for a free fix. See your owner's manual.
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Posted on Jul 10, 2011
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