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Samsung refrigerators - two - m# RF267ERS & RF263AEWS ice build up stopped fans


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#1 roberto

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Posted 21 August 2013 - 12:25 AM

We're engaged in adventures with two annoying Samsung refrigerators - m#RF267ERS & RF263AEWS - that are both icing so much on the refrigerator evaporator that the evap fans stop as nice glacier like chunk of ice develops. No error codes. Heater and other components on the evaporator check 'good'. Cooling OKay until the fan stops. Is it the board? Any solutions? 

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Posted 21 August 2013 - 07:09 AM

Usually, on samsungs the problem is the ff evap sensors. But test your defrost circuit.a nd Make sure to clear the condensate drain tube.

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