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RF28HMEDBSR (AA-0005) Samsung Refrigerator

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The ice maker assembly contains the complete ice maker and housing. The assembly may include multiple parts; refer to your parts diagram for a complete list of parts included.
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If ice is building up in your freezer or if your freezer is getting too warm on the defrost cycle you may need to replace the bi-metal thermostat.
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Fridge too warm
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Ice maker not making ice
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Ice maker won’t dispense ice
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Customer:
Richard from GULFPORT, MS
Parts Used:
DA32-10104N
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Evaporator frozen (refrigrator section) and allowing top section to lose cooling
This is the Samsung French door refrigerator style that so many people have complained about freezing up and not cooling the top section. I first changed out the defrost thermostat and this did not correct the problem. I done a quick resistance check on the temp sensor that's mounted on the evaporator itself. The resistance would change w hen holding an ice cube on the sensor so I just assumed it was ok. PLEASE TAKE NOTE: When performing a resistance check on this sensor, make sure your readings match the Samsung temp/resistance chart in their literature. My sensor was way off calibration and was causing the freeze up. Its working as designed now and DW is happy again. Learn from my mistake.
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Customer:
James from VISALIA, CA
Parts Used:
DA81-06013A, DA97-13756A, DA32-00011D
Difficulty Level:
Easy
Total Repair Time:
30 - 60 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
Main refrigerator was not cooling down adequately.
I looked up a YouTube video and it gave pretty well laid out instructions on how to replace the Twin fan assembly in the main compartment.
There was also a suspicion that the sensor wasn't working properly and the fan had ice on it.
Once I removed the main housing at the back of the inside of refrigerator it was relatively easy to replace the fan motor, and sensor.
You have to follow the disassemble procedure closely in getting the main housing out.
You have to remove the clear plate covering the water filter. Then remove the bottom shelf, which then gives you access to the large white back panel. After that its easy to replace the motor and sensor.
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Customer:
TERRY from BAKERSFIELD, CA
Parts Used:
DA97-12625A
Difficulty Level:
Very Easy
Total Repair Time:
Less than 15 mins
Tools:
Screw drivers
CLOSING MECHANISM BROKE IN TWO.
OPENED THE LEFT SIDE REFRIGERATOR DOOR WHERE THE DEFECTIVE MECHANISM WAS. GOT UP ON THE FIRST STEP OF THE STEP STOOL,REMOVED THE PHILLIPS HEAD RETAINING SCREW FROM THE BROKEN PART.PUT THE NEW CLOSING MECHANISM IN PLACE AND RE-INSTALLED THE PHILLIPS HEAD SCREW. STEPPED DOWN FROM THE STEP STOOL AND SHUT THE REFRIGERATOR DOOR.
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