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Start Relay

Part Number: AP4141104
MFG Part Number: DA35-10013Q
Made by: Samsung
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My Samsung refrigerator is -20 F in the freezer section and 40 F in the fridge. Changing the temperature settings does not help. The coils inside the freezer section are NOT frozen over with ice. I have also replaced the main board. I have also tested all thermistors in the appliance and they read around 5k-6k ohms in ice water and 12k ohms at room temperature. All fans in the unit operate, I dunno what else to try I'm ready to push this refrigerator into the river.

Norcal_al for Model Number rs2630sh


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My Samsung fridge will run for a few hours and then stops cooling. I can unplug it and it will restart. Is this the mother board?

Ronnie for Model Number samsung rb1944sl


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Freezer works fine, but refrigerator side freezes over on coils and the fan will not work. Had the fan checked and it is good.

Ricky R for Model Number rs264abrs


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Our Samsung RS2630SH refrig has slowly died. We noticed that the Ice cream started to get soft so I put a thermometer in the freezer and it varied between 0 and 40° F. I ordered and installed a new Defrost Sensor and a Thermo Bimetal Protector this evening and plugged in the refrig (with thermometer in it) After an hour the temp did not change. I pulled the refrig out and could not hear or feel and vibration from the compressor. I unplugged the refrig removed the main board cover on the back and plugged it back in. I could here the relays on the board click and both the evap and condensor fans started running, but no compressor. So I read some things on your website that it may be the start relay. I removed both the relay and the OLP(Overload Protector). I measure the voltage between the line going into the OLP and the line going into the Start Line , then I measured between the same line going into the OLP and the Run Line and both time I got a voltage of about 24 VAC and once the relays clicked on and the fans started running the voltage jumped up to 30VAC for the Start Line and about 35 VAC for the Run Line. Basically I was measuring voltage without both device attached when I did this. Does this indicate a bad relay? a bad run capacitor? or a bad compressor? Are there any other test I can preform to verify whats wrong such as hooking the compressor directly to 110AC? Any help is greatly appreciated.

Charlie for Model Number Samsung RS2630SH


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After a power outage, the fridge totally does not work, no light, no compressor noise and the circuit is tripped. I changed to another outlet, still same thing and circuit get tripped right away. need to replace the starter relay and/or compressor ?

Richard for Model Number Samsung RS2577SL


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I just repalced the Condenser Fan Motor that went bad and now the frig/freezer will not get cold. I can hear the compressor clicks on then back off again. Do you think it's the Start Relay or does that sound like the compressor itself going bad? Just don't want to keep putting money into this if its more to it than that. Thanks

Derek for Model Number RS2630SH


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