Question about Samsung RS2556 Side by Side Refrigerator
For the last couple of weeks, I noticed my vegetables and greens were freezing in the fridge side, on the shelves as well as in the bins. I set the temp up to 38 degrees yesterday. Today, I noticed that the temperature display was blinking at 38, and continued to do so all day. I checked Samsung troubleshooter, and unplugged the fridge for 10 seconds, as it said, and replugged to set the chip. It still doesn't cool, and now the display is flashing at 62 degrees, the actual inside temp, I presume. The freezer is OK, I think. Any suggestions?? I've had it for less than 2 1/2 years. Thanks!!
ALMOST DEFINATELY YOU WILL HAVE AN ELECTRONIC CONTROLLED AUGER(MOTOR)CONTROLLING THE AMOUNT OF CHILL ENTERING THE FRIDGE COMPARTMENT. IF YOU SET THE FRIDGE TO MINIMUM AND LISTEN CAREFULLY, THERE SHOULD BE A SOUND INDICATING THE AUGER IS WORKING.( OPENING AND CLOSING THE FLAP). SET TEMP. TO MAX AND LISTEN. IF NOTHING, IT COULS BE A DEFECTIVE MOTOR OR FAULTY THERMISTOR(TEMP. PROBE).
Posted on Aug 17, 2007
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