Question about Samsung RS2534 Side by Side Refrigerator
I have in the bin, but the door dispensor does not work.
Can you hear a motor running or making some noise inside the ice bin compartment as you press the dispenser switch?
if no noise, then there could be a peoblem in your micro switch at the dispenser or the motor that would bring the ice to the front.
if there is noise then look at the ice inside the bin, it could be all attached as a one big chunk that is why the sweeper is just sliding on the ice. it should be loose so the the sweeper could bring then to the front to come out of the chute.
i hope i was able to fix...
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
SOURCE: Water dispensor not working
Since you have water getting to the icemaker/dispenser, the most common problem I've seen is the solenoid valve is history and needs replacing. It could also be the switch that is normally activated by the dispenser itself and in turn activates the solenoid valve or the wiring in-between the switch and valve, but I have personally not seen either one of those go bad.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
The spring coming off the rod will also cause this problem, also the bypass flap may be stuck open, always check the simple things first, hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
SOURCE: Ice maker is not working
The water tube to the icemaker inside the refrig maybe frozen up. Thaw out with your hair dryer. To make sure the tube is clear. Shut of the water to the refrig, disconnect the inlet water line to the icemaker. Insert a flexable through the connector fitting, I used a zip tie. The flexable item should go all the way to the icemaker
Solution #2 Replace the "water inlet valve" at bottom back right of refrig. Easy To Do.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
Often the reason ice makers slow or stop ice production is because the freezer compartment has gradually warmed up above 17 Deg F and the ice maker thermostat will not start an ice harvest cycle. What causes this gradual warming is usually the result of either an evaporator fan running slow or an automatic defrost circuit problem caused by a fault defrost timer/control defrost heating element or defrost thermostat / thermistor.
You can use this manual to troubleshoot the ice maker:
Note that jumpering T to H requires the ice maker thermostat to sense a termp of 14 - 16 Deg F for the ice harvest cycle to start. If by jumpering T - H under the ice maker front cover the ice maker does not cycle then either the freezer compartment is too warm or the ice maker thermostat is bad.
If it cycles and does not add water... then the inlet water valve solenoid has failed or the ice maker module is not supplying power to the inlet water valve.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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