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the adjustment dial , they are usually dirty from accumulated dust . at any auto parts store you can purchase a can of electrasol , unplug unit , spray into the middle of the switch, as you turn the switch, rapidly all the way around in both directions , repete this .. 2--3 times . look if possible, at the connections on the back of switch are clean ,and have good contact ... let device dry completely before plugging it back in and turning unit on.. let me know , good luck StevenT...
My tv is on the fritz too.. Its basically doing the same thing. Im guessing it has the same capacitor problems all those others are having. Mines only 3 years old, paying 1500 for a now $700 tv.. Ive yet to find a price to fix it but nothings going to satisfy me. And all the talk sounds like samsung wont do a thing to help. Ready to invest in a good old am radio and boycott the tv industry. Sorry this wont help but I felt like venting.
Defrost the frige by unplugging it and let itsit for 6 hours open. remove the icemaker and rear panel inside freezer. drain is in the middle below coils. Look on the back of frige for the drain hose to help you locate the drain. It is hard to spot covered with ice but it is a hole about the size if a dime. Pour hot water thru the drain. It should drain down the tube to the bottom drain pan...