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    • Part Number: AP4136048
    • MFG Part Number: DA47-00095E
    • Made by: Samsung
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Frig side is not cooling properly, freezer is not freezing and does not produce ice when the weather is warm. The outside of the refrigerator side and back is hot to the touch. We unplugged it for a while and it is ok, still little ice and when that one tray falls it sound like hard ice build up. Sensors have never been replaced but we did have a professional to install a new fan a few years ago and that helped with the cooling but no ice for a few years. HELP

Wanda for Model Number RS2530BBP

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What is the voltage of refrigerator at-0.4c?

Ramaroa

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It all started with we noticed the ice maker was not working. A few days later the fridge was not getting cool, then the freezer was not holding either. The read out on the door says -8 and 32. I was told to unplug it for the day and see what happens when I plugged it back in. I did this then everything worked fine for about 2 days. Now the ice maker still seems to be working alright, the feezer temp is at about -8 and the readout for it says 2 degrees. The fridge internal temp is about 50 and the read out says 32. What do I need to fix this problem. Thank you in advance for your response.

Angela N. for Model Number RB215LABP

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Woke up in the morning and found my Samsung fridge not cooling in the freezer or fridge sections but the temperature indications on the display were still reading low. Unplugged the fridge and removed the access panels to check and see if the coils were filled with ice but they were clear. Plugged it back in and now I get dash line on the display. Far right number and upper left dash. I found that that could mean the coolselect zone sensor and I'm having trouble locating this sensor. I did an ohm reading of the sensors on both coils and they seem fine. There was a previous question where it was about the same problem but different model # and the answer was the main PCB. I'm not sure if would be the same. It seems that the fridge will run for awhile and cool but no temp. indication.

Bob for Model Number RS267LBBP

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Freezer works fine, the refriderator is not cooling properly. The evaporater is caked with ice and the fan shuts off as the door opens. Fan doesn't hum, it sounds obstructed at times. Any suggestions on where to start? Thanks

Mike for Model Number RS267LABP

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I start my refrigerator, its start fine. Freezer and upper part temp reach to -8 and 32 respectively. Its shutdown after that reaches that point. It’s not restart after temperature change to high. When I restart the refrigerator its start working again and Stop after reach the same point. Temperature change high on display after restart. As per you guy I replace the main board. After that I have same issue. Please let me know what the next step is.

Sanjeev for Model Number Samsung rb1855sw

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DA47-00095E arrived with a piece of white foam glued around the sensor end. In the picture you have removed it. When I went to take the old one out it had the foam in tact. Should this sensor be installed with or without the foam on the sensor?

Papillon

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I can hear the compressor clicking on, then it goes off. The refrigrator seems to be cooling, but the fan on the inside of the refrigrator is not blowing, and the freezer is not cooling.

Cal for Model Number RS2530BBP/Samsung

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Where is the defrost timer located?

Cal for Model Number RS2530BBP/Samsung

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I have Samsung with a twin cooling system. The freezer works great but the refrigerator side frosts up where air from the fan will not blow cool air into the refrigerator from the evaporator. I have traced it down to the thermal fuse being open. The defrost on the refrigerator side doen't work. Any ideas as to why the thermal fuse would be blown and am I on the right track to fix the problem?

John D. for Model Number SAMSUNG MODEL RS264ABSH/XAA

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