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Samsung RB1944SL refrigerator warming up


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#1 B3Rhino

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Posted 15 May 2011 - 10:22 AM

Hey Guys,

I have a Samsung RB1944SL that is warming up. If I power cycle it, it will cool to the set temperture and then start to warm up,fridge and freezer. I have checked to make sure the fans are running. All 3 are, condensor, freezer and fridge. Freezer and Fridge fans turn off when the related door is opened.

I bought a new board for this unit before I found this website and that didn't fix it either.

Thanks

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#2 B3Rhino

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Posted 16 May 2011 - 02:52 PM

An update. The unit stays at room temp. both the freezer and fridge on power up. Plug it in, the fans come on as well as the compressor. Then I hear a click, the compressor then stays warm and vibrates, but not as much as before the click from the relay. I do not hear a hum however mentioned in the forums.

Any help would be great.

#3 lvasquez11

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Posted 17 May 2011 - 10:57 PM

Sounds like compressor needs Relay-ptc,Overload . compressor is failing to start up. Part #1075451 on repairclinic.com / No picture postedb / Looks like 8201799b




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