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Sensor

Part Number: AP4136948
MFG Part Number: DA32-10109W
Made by: Samsung
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Part Number DA32-10109W (AP4136948) replaces DA32-10104F.

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What function does the senso perform? Does it fit this model?

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Hi,my fridge (samsung side by side) sometimes does not change the temp on display,even when the door is open for a while,and compressor does not turn on,,until I plug it off and on, (higher temp shown) then it begins to work again.I must repeat this many times per day to get it work,what can the problem be?

Artan for Model Number rs21dnsm1

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My Samsung RS2556SH side-by-side refrigerator is having a cooling issue on the refrigerator side (too warm wouldn't go below 60 degrees,) while the freezer works fine. I took the covers off of the inner workings of the fridge and found that the coils were pretty thickly coated in ice. I defrosted most of the ice with a hair dryer and then went to work (12-hour night shift). After coming home I found that the fridge temp had gone down to 47 degrees while I was at work and even though the coils did redevelop frost on them (I think that is normal), they did not redevelop a bunch of ice. That may also be due to my not having reattached the plastic covers that enclose and hide the inner workings/coils of the fridge perhaps allowing the area to breath and make ice more difficult to develop. I also opened the fridge door about three times in a short span after getting home and the temp jumped up to 51 degrees from 47 degrees which is an abnormally high jump in such a short time of three quick door openings. I also checked the fan by depressing the light switch to fool the fridge into thinking that the door was closed and the fan did turn on so this is not the problem. I also did a quick code test by depressing the Quick Freeze & Cool buttons simultaneously and the areas lit were both on the refrigerators 'second eight digit', one bottom right of the 'eight' and one in the upper left which by the Samsung Refrigerator Diagnostic Code Quick Guide indicates two problems. 1) Cool Select Zone sensor error - open or short circuit, connector error. 2) Refrigerator Defrost Sensor error - open or short circuit, connector failure. With this information can you diagnose my problem and tell me what parts (with item #) that I need to order in order to fix my fridge? Thank you.

Michael D. for Model Number Samsung RS2556SH

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Repaired a broken line, and now can hear compressor running but very very low vibrates and getting hotter and hotter, have no cool air at all. What should I do please help? Thank you Tony

Tony for Model Number Sumsung RS2544S

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Why would the fresh food evaporator ice up

Audrey D for Model Number RS21HDEPN

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I have a Samsung RS267TDRS Fridge. Fridge Side stops cooling. Fan on fridge makes loud noises. Control Panel reads 34 degrees, but fridge temp is higher. Unplug fridge let ice defrost over night. Plug back in and everything works fine until ice forms again. I guessed the Fridge Side Defrost/Temp Sensor is bad. What is the correct part number for the fridge side Defrost/Temp Sensor and where is it located on the fridge? or Do u think there is a different problem? Thanks In Advance.

Doug for Model Number Samsung rs267TDRS

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