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    • Part Number: AP4136157
    • MFG Part Number: DA47-10160H
    • Made by: Samsung
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Is this easy to install? My frezzer works, but the fridge is not cooling. All online posts seem to point to this. There's a build up of frost/frozen pipes above the evap. Should I also replace the temp sensor?

Darren W. for Model Number rs267lash

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What does this part do "THERM " Part Number: AP4136157 Made by SAM?

Ray for Model Number rs2545sh

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The freezer side it's not cooling, the refrigerator side seems to be working fine, the setting show be correct.

Enrique for Model Number Samsung rs261mdpn

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Where is the Defrost thermostat located? I removed refrigerator back panel. I found the thermal fuse and the defrost temperature sensor on the coils but not the thermostat. The fuse goes in the first socket. The temperature sensor in the last socket.The heater and fan are on the back panel. Bruce for Model Number RS2533VQ Answer Hello Bruce. The thermostat is in the freezer not the refrigerator. Follow up question: Freezer works great. Refrigerator does not defrost. I've changed the Thermal fuse and the heater with no improvement. Does the freezer Defrost thermostat affect the refrigerator? if not what else would you suggest?

Bruce for Model Number RS2533VQ

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Where is the Defrost thermostat located? I removed refrigerator back panel. I found the thermal fuse and the defrost temperature sensor on the coils but not the thermostat. The fuse goes in the first socket. The temperature sensor in the last socket.The heater and fan are on the back panel.

Bruce for Model Number RS2533VQ

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My Samsung refrigerator seems to get stuck in defrost mode. Although the display shows the correct setpoint temperatures, both freezer and fridge sides are 30-40 degrees too warm. When I unplug the fridge and plug it back in, it seems to reset and both sides cool properly for about 12 hours until it gets stuck again. I understand that the display shows actual temps when it is cooling, but shows the setpoints when it is in defrost mode. After unplugging/plugging the fridge, the correct (warm) temperatures are displayed. What is causing this problem?

Dave for Model Number Samsung RB215LASH/XAA

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Hi, I bought defrost thermostat for this refrigerator. The thermostat is in a bubble bag. Is there a special way to install this thermostat. Does it need to contact the cooling coils or should i just place it near the coils....Help pls

Harry for Model Number Samsung RS2530bbp Refrigerator

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Samsung Model #RS2577SL The freezer quits freezing on the top half, but the bottom half is still frozen. On the refrigerator side, the bottom 2 drawers will freeze sometimes. Once I defrost the refrigerator completely it works fine for a couple months then I have to defrost again.

Lee

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I am not getting voltage to my evaporator fan motor. What could be the problem?

Keith for Model Number SQD26VL Amana

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My refrigerator/freezer has stopped cooling. Could this be fixed by replacing a sensor or thermostat or more complicated?

Michael for Model Number rs2530bbp

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