This is a top fridge bottom freezer with duel fans. RB195ACBP 2 days ago the freezer acted like it was froze up fans were running but no air flow I could feel. Tried to initiate forced defrost but the controls would not take the sequence in the manuel. I emptied both fridge and freezer and unplugged the unit to defrost. In the 1st 24 hours it didn't seem to be putting out any water but in the 2nd 24 hour period it started leaking water on the floor (which has been an issue with this unit for some time when it goes into defrost). Today I plugged it back in and waited for 2 hours to see if it was going to cool. The fridge temp came down a bit (65 degrees) freezer temp still at 70. I never heard either fan. I unplugged it again and pulled the back cover to see if everything looked ok and cleaned the condensor coil as it was covered. Plugged it back in and let run for 2 hours, never heard either fan. Unplugged it and pulled the freezer evaporator coverand there was no frost and very little sweat on the freezer evap coil. I pulled the fridge evap cover and that coil had frost on the upper 1/3 of it no ice. I have put the covers back on and plugged it back in. The fridge tep is coming down slowly but I still don't hear any fans. Is there a evap fan delay or sensor where they won't come on until the reach a certain temp?
I have done refrigeration for years and retired but it honestly acts like it's low on freon but there is no gauge ports and I don't have a line tap. I don't have any fault codes showing on the display.
We are sorry to hear about this. The circulation fans would be on a sensor circuit. The issue that you are experiencing will require service. Please send the serial number to this PM Link, and we will look in to your service options.
Our RF261BEAE/WW bottom freezer doesn’t stay cold, it is set for 0 degrees but will drift up as much as 8-10 degrees. When this happens, we press the ‘Power Cool’ button to drive the temp back down to 0 or below. This may hold for a day or maybe a few days before this happens again.
I have cleaned the coils and all the air intake grills and made sure the refrigerator has proper air space around it. The fridge section is working fine.
There are no error codes showing. I pulled the plug for a couple minutes, then plugged it back in to do a reset, and waited 24 hrs, but no change with correcting this issue.
I have checked the seal around the door and we rearranged the food in the drawer to make sure nothing was in the seal or obstructing the air circulation.
This refrigerator was purchased Oct. 23, 2018 so it’s not even 2 years old. There is a label on the upper right corner saying the Compressor has a 10 year Warranty.
From what I’ve read, this appears to be a chronic issue with Samsung freezers. Have they found a solution to fix this problem, or are we stuck replacing this refrigerator after less than 2 years?
This was not an inexpensive appliance.
Hello, the next step would be to proceed with service. The unit does have 2 limited warranties:
Five (5) years parts and labor on Sealed Refrigeration System Only (Compressor, Evaporator, Condenser, Drier, and Connecting Tubing)
Ten (10) years part and Five (5) years Labor on Digital Inverter Compressor Only
You may be charged a diagnostic fee for them to see if your symptoms fall under your limited warranty.
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I Ihave sent the private message to SamsungCaleb
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