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Layer of ice forming on bottom inside of freezer - Samsung fridge freezer

Layer of ice forming on bottom inside of freezer

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  • Anonymous Apr 04, 2008

    drain tube stops up and ice forms on floor of freezer

  • sedgemoor May 07, 2008

    Water leaking into the bottom of my side by side freezer and freezing this is not the problem identifying where the water is coming from and how to fix it is.

  • otterlake May 29, 2008

    Ice forms at the bottom of the freezer floor and seems to come from a vent near the back wall.

  • Anonymous Jun 04, 2008


    1. ice forming at bottom of freezer compartment

    2. called engineer,now whole fridge not working

    3. sensors changed ,pcb changed,5weeks withouy fridge freezer now

    4. samsung model rl39wbns

    5. layer of ice forming will be from drain pipe blocking up,try putting a thin piece of copper wire round heating element down pipe this will heat up when on defrost cycle and keep drain pipe clear

  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2014

    fine ice droplets forming on back of fridge compartment. what should I do?

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2014

    Puddles of water form in the bottom of the fridge section of my Defy C250 fridge/freezer combo

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Might have the temperature too high .. buy a freezer thermometer and place in freezer

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