Question about Samsung RFG297AARS (285 cu ft) Bottom Freezer French Door Refrigerator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are 11 screws that hold the regrigerator cover on. the light cover is the easist because it snaps in besides the 1 screw in the middle, the htere are 4 mre that have to caosnm e out behind the ligeht cover. then thered are two in the middle that are covered with aa blank offf cover. the htere's the 2 for the resevour and finally the two on the bottom
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
You may just be catching the unit during normal defrost cycles. Next time, allow the unit some time to complete it's needed task. If you allow it 30-minutes, it should restart on it's own. The cycles are necessary to keep the unit working properly. The cycles will be more frequent as the weather warms. If you allow the unit 30-minutes and it does not restart on it's own, then there could be a problem. You might consult the owners manual for more details.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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