Samsung american fridge freezer defrost cycle on RSH1

by / Saturday, 10 February 2018 / Published in Fridge & Freezer

Understanding the fridge freezer cycle is the key to repairing

Tumble Dryer Belts

Fridge freezer parts

 

if you are Samsung American style fridge freezer is not working correctly. there are a few common faults that may be occurring.

In the event that a Samsung refrigerator has a defrost issue, the temps inside the section will gradually rise. The frost builds up so thick the fan motor can’t pull air across the coils to cool properly.

Your fridge is actually getting warm but the freezer is cold.

this can be one of a few things. check cooling matrix for ice build up. check the fan is working correctly.

the heating element on the matrix might not be working

one of the sensors may have failed.

the freezer is not getting to temperature.

check cooling matrix for ice build-up, test the defrost element. 

check the sensors

the fridge and the freezer are both not getting to the correct temperature

check the motor is running.

if the motor is running then you may have a gas problem

Safety first! Unplug the machine from the electrical supply before working on it.

 

This video is can be used on all these models

RS21DABB, RS21DCMS, RS21DCNS, RS21DGRS, RS21DLBG, RS21DLMR, RS21DNMS, RS21DNNS, RS21DNSV, RS21DPSM, RS21FCNS, RS21JCNS, RS21JCSV, RS21JGNS, RS21JGRS, RS21LLAL, RS21JLAL, RS21JLAT, RS21JLBG, RS21JLBL, RS21JLMR, RS21JLSG, RS21JPSV, RS21KGNS, RS21KGRS, RS21KPSV, RS21NABB, RS21NCMS, RS21NCNS, RS21NCSV, RS21NGRS, RS21NLBG, RS21NPSV, RS21WCNS, RS21WCSV SRS2025C, SRS2026CSS, SRS2026CVW, SRS2026DVW, SRS2028C, SRS2028DVW, SRS2028CVW, SRS2028CSS, SRS2028LAS, SRS2028FSM, SRS2028FSS, SRS2029CVW, SRS2029CSS, SRS2029FSM SRS2226CSS, SRS2226CVW, SRS2229CVW

We hope this tutorial helped you get your tumble dryer working again!

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