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    • Part Number: AP4136048
    • MFG Part Number: DA47-00095E
    • Made by: Samsung
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Our freezer will not maintain a temperature reading below 26 degrees. The ice maker thus does not work. We have had a service man replace mother board and clean all components. No luck still. We have plugged and unplugged to try to reset the computer. No luck. Could it be the thermostat? Help please.

Sandy for Model Number RB215LASH

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Hi, I have a samsung side by side fridge.freezer and the freezer is not cooling. I have taken off the back of the freezer to see the coils and it is all iced over all the way up to the fan. Could this be the temperature sensor? If so, where do i find it? I also see your site saying evaporator assembly. Thanks!

Dj for Model Number rs261mdbp/xaa

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Can not reset my temperture for some odd reason the freezer and refrig temp went up negative numbers. I unplug the unit then it went back to normal the minutes later both started to rise.what can I do?

Edward R for Model Number rb2155sh

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I have a small dent in the left door which houses water and ice. Is it replaceable?

Bert for Model Number RFG298AARS

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I've replaced the relay, the sensors, main control board, and the defrost heater, which was noticeably bad. And still every couple of weeks, the fridge evaporator coil would ice over on the top half of the coil only. I use a hair dryer to melt the ice, and it would work fine for awhile, and then the fridge would start be lose temperature again. What else can I do or replace? Thanks.

John T for Model Number rb215bssb

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Hi, December of 2012, I changed my evaporator motor on the Fridge side (My freezer is working fine) as the ice built up on the coils, fan worked fine until April of 2014, now I see the ice built up again. I just ordered a fan again to fix this issue. is there anything else should I look up besides changing the fan every year? What is causing the fan to go bad? any help is appreciated.

Ramesh S for Model Number Samsung RS257BARB

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Unit turns off. When reboot it come up temps come on and settle 8 deg freezer, 36 in the refrigerator. Last @ 12 hr. when I wake up temps are change thawing.

Jay W for Model Number RB1955SW

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Our refrigerator will cool down the the temp we have it set on, then will quit cooling. We have to unplug it and then plug it back in and reset the temperature and then it will cool again. Did this for about a week, and now it will only reset once in awhile even when replugged. Thank you Jeri Hemmes

Jeri for Model Number samsung RB215LASH, RB215LABP

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My Samsung RS265TDRS fridge starting making a fan noise a week and it looked like there was ice build-up inside. I defrosted the unit, plugged it in 24-hours later and now the freezer cools on the bottom, but not on the top (air is not circulating up). Fridge works fine. I replaced the Freezer evap fan, but the problem persists. When I run a diag, I get a E 21 code. Any suggestions?

Barry for Model Number Samsung RS265TDRS

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My freezer works fine but refridge dosent keep cold. Food goes bad is it the temperature sensor or what?

Robert B for Model Number RB195BSBB

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