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    • Part Number: AP4171999
    • MFG Part Number: DA96-00020Q
    • Made by: Samsung
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Model RS267LASH is not listed in the cross reference and model information list below. Can you confirm that this is indeed the correct part (AP4171999) for this specific model? Another website has DA96-00021N (Samsung part number I believe) as the correct part for RS267LASH. Thanks, Will

Will N. for Model Number RS267LASH

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From reading so many questions/answers, it looks like my defrost heater is not working BUT that it is integrated with DA96-00020Q part so the entire evaporator assembly will have to be replaced. However, since it is a sealed system and I am a "mere mortal", would like to know what a rough estimate to get a licensed HVAC person to replace this. Can I order the actual part from you even though I have to hire someone else install it? I am now being told that if the evaporator has to be replaced, the compressor may too since it is a sealed system. About how much should it cost to get a repairman to fix this?

Phyllis S for Model Number RS267LBBP

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What is the correct part number for the evaporator/heater assembly for the refrigerator side of this appliance? I placed an ohm meter across the terminals of the connector of the heating element and it showed "open". I used two different meters, one analog and one DVM. Both showed 0 continuity. I believe this would indicate a bad heating element. (Samsung RS2545SH).

Patrick for Model Number RS2545SH

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My freezer is hot refrigerator cold.

Tamiz

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I have a pin hole in my evaporator coil from vibration on the factory zip ties. It is still under warranty for the pressure side for a few more months. Samsung is a joke to deal with. Can I patch the hole with liquid steel or something. It was recharged with refrigerant from sears so it is working fine. This will only last till the Freon leaks out again. Thanks

George for Model Number RFG297AARS/XAA

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Thanks for answering my earlier question regarding fridge-side frosting. My heater measures 0 ohms (short circuit) as opposed to what I see as the common problem of the heater being open circuit. Now 0 ohms wouldn't make much sense to me as it would blow a fuse or two. I measured the resistance at the terminals of the heater at the heater itself (not at the PCB). I do get error code 7 and my temperature sensor seems to be fine, reading about 6.7 kohm at 60 degree. So is this still a heater problem or something more (or hopefully less) serious?

Ali for Model Number RS2545SH

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My fridge has also the apparently common problem of the fridge-side icing. How can I know for sure if the problem is because of the defroster and not the main PCB? Also, where is the PCB location? Thanks!

Ali for Model Number RS2545SH

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My Samsung RS255BASB is not working, the freezer temperature reads 58 deg. and the Refrigerator temperature reads 59 deg. F. I unplugged the unit and left it unplugged for overnight and it starts working for a few hours, then stopped working again. What may be the problem? It appears both sides of the refrigerator is malfunctioning.

Hopeful Pedro for Model Number RS255BASB

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I need to order the evaporator assembly AP4171999. I read a customer response about the part leading me to believe that I won't have to solder or worry about freon escaping It follows: Bad defrost heater and sensor (display showing code 3 at startup) Kenneth P. • Centerville, GA • September 22, 2014 Appliance: Samsung Samsung Refrigeration RS2578BB/XAA My Repair & Advice Purchased new evaporator/heater/sensor assembly from appliance parts. Removed new heater, sensor and wire harness from new assembly and from existing unit in refrig section. Then installed new heater and sensor on old refrig evaporator, avoiding complex soldering and recharge with Freon. Once repaired all failure indications cleared and refrigerator section performing like new. Also purchased new heater for water tank and several broken plastic parts that went in in 2 minutes. Changed door light switch which had become intermittent. Was this review helpful to you? 2 Read more: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/samsung-evaporator-assembly-da96-00020q-ap4171999.html#ixzz3HNs4fuSz http://www.appliancepartspros.com But, the parts ordering person says that it needs to be soldered. Which is correct? All service sites that I have contacted are a week out on any service calls! Also, I measured the resistance of my drain heater and it measure 4300 ohms, Part number AP4137756. Is that OK? Sounds a little high as it would yield about 3.5 Watts. Please advise soon so that I can possibly fix this myself. I am vey technical but don't have HVAC tools. - Thank you!

Robert B for Model Number RS267LASH/XAA

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My Refrigerator is warm (60) but the freezer is OK (-6). This is after I got 34 on the frig and flashing and pulled the power for 10 mins to reset things. I pulled the freezer inside back panel and the unit was not really frozen up, just a little frost. The circulation fan is running but I don't feel that much air blowing in the frige side with the door switch closed. What do you think I need? I opened the freezer door with the power off for about 15 mins and observed no Ice or frost, put the panel with fan back in and am observing the results. so far after about 1 1/2 hours I have 14 on the freezer and 63 on the fridge. I think that maybe the fridge won't get any cold air until the freezer reaches temp. ( I set it to a higher 8 degrees just to see if the fridge side starts dropping.) I don't know if my assumption is correct or not.

Robert B for Model Number RS267LASH/XAA

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