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If I find burnt resistors on a samsung fridge does that mean I have another problem


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#1 Dfishinfool

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Posted Today, 12:14 PM

Ok so I am working on a samsung fridge the pantry room damper connector and associated resistors melted down ,my question is how do I know the pantry room damper is good and not causing the meltdown heater ohms out at 140 ohms which is good acccording to samsung tech sheet but they don't give a resistance value for the motor it ohms out at 4.17 kilo ohms and I'm guessing yellow to yellow is the sensor at 8.9kilo ohms any help would be greatly appreciated

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Posted Today, 01:47 PM

I feel like I had one that did that something like this when I worked at Sears. They had me get the damper and motherboard. They said to replace the damper first and then the board. I wasn't the original tech so I didn't get to see the board if it melted or not. What happened on this one was some contractor was digging to seal his basement and dug into some wiring. I feel it were me I wouldn't take the risk of the damper taking out the new board and just do both. Maybe others have experienced this and have a way to test the damper.

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Posted Today, 01:51 PM

We need the model number!

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Posted Today, 01:56 PM

We need the model number!


Yea, we need that too :)




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