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Samsung RL33 SBSW fridge/freezer

The temperature lights keep flashing all together, fridge seems to get too cold, turning it off and on again cures it for two minutes then the lights start flashing again

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  • ahill02 Oct 06, 2008

    My Samsung RL33 fridge door was left open for about an hour when i discovered this i closed it immediately but it then made a rattling noise then all the lights started flashing. When I turn it off it seems ok for a few seconds then it makes the rattling noise (it does this 3 times) then all the lights start flashing again. Help, what do i do?

  • underwoodros Nov 02, 2008

    Same problem as other two users...

  • underwoodros Nov 02, 2008

    Yes, four of the five lights flash and turning off and on doesn't help the situation. I don't know if the fridge is still cooling effectively or not....

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These fridges have an evaporator fan motor on both sides - the freezer and fridge side. The freezer can maintain it's temperature because that fan is working fine. I had the same problem, and replaced the evaporator fan motor on fridge side, and it solved the problem. Also, if your fan motor is not working well, or stops working, the evaporator is prone to ice build up, and will prevent proper cooling. You may want to open up panel on fridge side and see if that's the case. Taking a blow dryer to the evaporator and surrounding area (while fridge is off), or letting it sit for a few hours might solve the problem. Ultimately though, it appears as if these fan motors are prone to failure, and need to be replaced.

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