I was able to fix mine. Here's what I did to fix mine and I hope it helps you.
I have a Samsung RFF266 french door refrigerator and having the same symptoms as described here.
1. I have tried to press the RESET button per the instruction below but to no avail. I even hold the reset button for up to 20 seconds. No sound or feedback whatsoever. My water line is working, my ice off is not enabled.
2. I then managed to UnPLUG the power source from the back of the refrigerator and leave it OFF for 5 minutes. Sort of like cold reboot of the refrigerator.
After that, I hear the Ice Tray Motor begin to torque and water refill the tray. I was ecstatic beyond believe.
I hope this is the case with yours. Save me $$ for a service recall.
Samsung sent a repair technician on May 31. Based on the description, the technician had two parts with him that he replaced including the drain pipe. Steam defrosted the ice maker, opened it and replaced the parts. There was no ice on the ice box, completely empty though the ice maker was frozen. Installation was fine so the issue must have been in the new ice maker itself as it never made any ice from the first day. Makes ice now. Keeping my fingers crossed as one of my neighbor had seven warranty repairs of the ice make in last five years or so ( teo during warranty and five during extended warranty).
Samsubg customer service was very responsive and the service technician ( I was surprised to see that he was from Dish Networks. Samsung must have subcontarcted the repair) was really nice . However I was surprised that the technician did not have any floor protection with him as he was going to move the fridge out. I was worried about my newly laid wood floor being scratched. Luckily I had some cardboards wide enough for the fridge.
I, as with hundreds of of Samsung RF28L owners remain extremely dissatisfied with poor ice maker design. A retired engineer, I have developed a recovery procedure carefully using a heat gun and can usually restore ince-making function with a mere 30-minutes of work; UNTIL TODAY. Oh, I can defrost and finally get that cute chime, but now the is not kicking ice into the bucket. Our model is about 3.5 years old and has had about four service visits after we smartly extended the warranty....now expired. If I had to pay for any of the the crappy ineffective parts that techs have loaded into the ice maker section over the years, this would have been donated to a charity that does not require ice long ago. Now, it seems to be turning a corner and rejecting my carefull, loving ice-making administrations. It's probably donation time!
We'd be happy to participate ina any class actions from here in AZ.
If any REAL administrators are reading:
You can come and pick it up anytime.
My refrigerator was purchased about 4 years ago and started having problems around 2 years after purchased. Model# RF28HDEDBSR/AA There were/are four issues; 1. My ice maker freeze up and do not make ice. It actually started about 2ish years but I didn't get it serviced due to cost. 2. There was water and ice underneath the trays. So much water was there, it over flowed to my wooden floor. 3. Problems with motor fan which stopped suddenly and the refrigerator stop working. I had to throw away some of the food because the service took 3 days. I noticed the entire back panel was all frozen and was able to see ice. I had the fan and back panel replacement service done which cost around $250. 4. About 2 weeks ago, my freezer stop working. It was set to 0 degrees, so I tried raising the freezer temperature to -7 degrees and it started working. When I decreased the temperature to 0 degrees, it again didn't work. I raising the again to -7 degrees and started working. I lower the temperature to 0 degrees the next day and it worked. I had to throw out some of the meat, seafood, and ice creams because it was thawed and melted. These issues started after only 1 year warranty. I thought maybe this was just my problems (just bad luck), but later found out most, if not all had problems with ice maker and ice and water forming inside and under the drawers. This is very, very frustrating, wasting money on food replacement, cost of panel replacement, having to buy ice bags (before thru today). Samsung should repair or replace these issues because most of the problems were happening everywhere, which indicates that it is a designed flaws and/or manufacturing flaws. I know of some of Class Action for different model but same issues with my model. I have inquire about the issues several time but Samsung Customer Service simply say 'NO. the warranty expired'. I don't know if I should start another class action for RF.... models.
We bought a new RF28HMEDBSR (2018) and put the old model RFG297HDRS (still working fine) in the garage. The old model made and still makes plenty of ice; no problems. We've had service out for the new model RF28HMEDBSR five times. We've reset the ice machine, defrosted and finally replaced the entire unit. Now it makes less than half the ice it did in the first year and less than half of the old model. It leaks water all over and the water refreezes on the bottom of tray assembly when you pull it out. Anyone else have this problem? Did we get 2 defective units? It is something else in the fridge that is causing the problem?