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    • Part Number: AP4136842
    • MFG Part Number: DA32-00006W
    • Made by: Samsung
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The refrigerator stopped cooling properly. The temperature reading on the exterior door is 53 degrees. We have a thermometer inside the refrigerator that reads about 61 degrees. Is it just a sensor that needs to be replaced? Or which parts do I need? The number I have listed is what is on the refrigerator door. The manual says RB1944SL. Which number do I use to look up parts?

Juanita for Model Number RB1944SL1XAA

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The evaporator coils on the refrigerator side of my RS267LASH are freezing up. I have tested the heater and it is giving me an ohm rating of ~100, which I believe is correct. I think that the thermistor attached to the refrigerator evaporator coils needs to be replaced. In the service manual, it lists the evaporator thermistor part # as DA32-00006B. On your site, you list the DA32-00006W as the replacement part for the DA32-00006B. But, your site says that DA32-00006W is not compatible with the RS267LASH...so could you please point me to the right part? On a semi-related note, is there a way to get the refrigerator section to shut off while the freezer section continues to run until I can fix this beast? Thanks!

Jon for Model Number Samsung RS267LASH refrigerator

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I would like to ask the resistance of sensor when we pull it out from the unit.

Dan for Model Number nonfrost rs model

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Samsung RB215LABP I have replaced back panel in frige came complete with fan...its now doing samething again freezing up I dont think its main panel but the frost free sensor...help please

Paul for Model Number RB215LABP

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Top freezer is not freezing, bottom drawer is working, coils are clean and not frozen. took cover off and top coils weren't cold but bottom cold were. Would the thermister cause this?? Thanks for any suggestions

Russell for Model Number samsung rm255labp

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I have the usual Samsung problem of refrigerator coils icing over making refrigerator compartment heat up. I found the schematic and the parts #6 and #7 but can't readily determine how/where they fit the evaporator coil. I would try to test them to see if they are 'fooling' the mother board into thinking the coil is defrosted when it isn't it..............can you tell me how to do that? Even if I can't test those parts it would be a very small amount of money to risk just to replace them and hope that cures the problem. Any thoughts and help you can provide would be appreciated!

Coolhandluke for Model Number RB215LASH

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Hi! The freezer unit for this refrigerator stopped working but the top part is still working. I cleaned all the dust from the back and behind the cover, still no luck. Could it be that the temperature sensor is shot? The fans in the freezer section does not come on. Please advise. Thank you. MARIO.

Mario for Model Number RF4287HARS

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Hello! We have been having repeated issues with the refrigerator compartment freezing our food, e.g., temperature dropping down around 10 to 12 degrees (F). We have unplugged the unit and let it sit for 24 - 48 hrs, and then plugged back in. Often it will work for quite a while, and then one day we'll wake up to find it frozen solid. So I tried replacing the temp sensor (AP4136842). After doing that it worked fine for 2 months and now all our food is frozen again. Did I get a bad temp sensor? Or is there another part I should try replacing? I really appreciate this site - thank you for all you do! Steve

Steve D for Model Number Samsung RB215LABP

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My Samsung RS264ABWP refrigerator stopped cooling properly because coils keeps freezing and I have to thaw them out with a hair dryer. I need to know if it's a sensor or a actual heater that needs to be replaced? I hear about this problem a lot online so hopefully someone knows a common part that needs replacing.

Clarence for Model Number Samsung RS264ABWP

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A few days ago our refrigerator started making a humming noise.. And noticed some ice build up.. Would like to know the cause... Thank you

Michele for Model Number RB195ACWP

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