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Evaporator Cover Asm.

Part Number: AP4169439
MFG Part Number: DA97-02427E
Made by: Samsung
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Part Number DA97-02427E (AP4169439) replaces 2020844, DA61-00413A.

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Hi I was just wondering which part is the evaporator my fridge aint cooling and the repair man told me to get the evaporator.

Lucero for Model Number RB1195ACBP

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The fan neither side is blowing. What would be the problem?

Willie for Model Number rs2534ww

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Water tank assembly and lines appear to be fine. The right side of the coil was completely frozen over and prevents condensation from reaching the drain as it drips down the right side. Is there a reason why the coil would ice up on the right side?

Tod for Model Number Samsung RS2555BB

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I pulled off the cover again and the right side of the coil is frozen over again. The drain is fine. I can pour water down and it doesn't appear plugged. Because the right side of the coil is frozen (and the rear cover around the Styrofoam) it appears the condensation is prevented from getting to the drain. There is ice buildup at the bottom where the metal tray catches the condensation and it cannot move toward the drain. I defrosted this area last time and it quickly reformed in the same area. Any suggestions on what to do next?

Tod for Model Number Samsung RS2555BB

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I followed your instructions for defrosting the drain line, however, the problem persists. My drain hole was not plugged when I took the cover off, so I thought that I had melted the blockage while using the hair dryer to remove the cover. Is there a component that may have gone defective that would cause leaking without building up an ice blockage? Is it possible to have a blockage deeper in the hole where it cannot be seen? Is it possible to turn on the fridge without the assembly cover attached to see what might be causing the leak? Thank you.

Tod for Model Number Samsung RS2555BB

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I have a slow drip coming from behind the lower right corner of the cover (Item Number: AP4169439) behind the water storage tank that sits behind the storage drawer. Is this an issue that would require the entire assembly to be replaced or just a single part within? I am assuming this must be some kind of condensation issue since it appears there are no water lines running through that area. Thank you for any feedback.

Tod for Model Number Samsung RS2555BB

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