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Demystifying Samsung Refrigerators

Son of Samurai

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Samsung has developed something of a reputation in the tech community, and not necessarily the most flattering one. Many consider the brand to be overly-complicated and impossible to troubleshoot, and some refuse to work on these machines at all. But is this attitude really warranted?

All appliances everywhere work on the same principles, and Samsung is no exception. The idea that Korean appliances like Samsung and LG somehow work differently is pure mythology, and this short excerpt from one of our many award-winning, history-making webinar recordings will begin to show you why.

Want to see the full recording and become one of the tech elite who know how to troubleshoot Samsungs, no sweat? Click here to become a Professional Appliantologist member today and get access to 50+ hours of instructional webinar recordings just like this.

We also teach the technology used in modern, computer-controlled refrigerators in the Advanced Refrigerator Repair Training course at the Master Samurai Tech Academy.

 



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very powerful info. At first Samsung refrigerators were scary as hdhf! with your info and teaching skills my anxiety isn't  as bad thanks.

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Terry Carmen

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1 hour ago, preston said:

very powerful info. At first Samsung refrigerators were scary as hdhf! with your info and teaching skills my anxiety isn't  as bad thanks.

They're not scary at all, but they still have "randomly occurring undocumented features" 8-)

Once the FF evaporator problem is rooted out, and they can get their supply chain working, they're actually really nice machines.

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