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nor would we call your local refrigeration company

Samsung... | Answered 4 hours ago

not super easy but because the nipple is pinched in that chamber a bit. try to use a set or drill bits till you find one that lodges itself in the center hole a good depth once you get the rights size bit lodged in gently twist it out and this time use epoxy or crazy glue and re twist and lodge the bit in like before but this time with the glue after the glue dries u can full with a pliers gradually with increasing strength until it comes out. otherwise replace the part

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 13, 2019

Firstly, unplug your refrigerator unit. There is a small phillips-head screw up underneath the display panel. Remove this screw, and then gently grab underneath on both sides of the panel. Pull out toward yourself gently and it should pop out. The ice dispenser should have a few more screws to be removed. Once these are removed, the ice door assembly (because it is an assembly, motor and all) should easily be removable. Make sure you look for and disconnect the electrical connectors of these pieces before attempting to remove them from the unit.

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 11, 2019

there are no locks. if you are trying to move the fridge you will want to raise the two front legs. see manual for how to.

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 10, 2019

Check your owners manual. If it says "Ice Off" it is probably because someone accidentally triggered the off button.
If you don't have your owners manual, type in on any search "User Manual RS265TDBP/XAA".

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 09, 2019

It is normal for Samsung fridge to make some noises, but an owl sound, I not sure. Can you describe it another way?

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 05, 2019

No. U hold energy saver and lighting

Samsung RF265AA... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019

check compressor supply rute through relay .may be the problem fixed,..

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 04, 2019

If the drain itself is clogged or frozen, it should be cleared. It is located under evaporator coils behind inside back freezer wall panel. The defrost pan itself under unit should have no need for emptying unless there’s a defrost problem that could create a lot of water at once when thawed. Heat under unit normally evaporates what little bit of water that’s created under normal circumstances

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

To replace this part, locate the two holes at the front of the top base of the ice maker, going up into the freezer ceiling. Place the two half-round 'pegs' at the top of the missing cover (above the vent holes) into these holes, then press the cover back into place. The peg protruding from the back of the piece should go into the hole in the ice maker housing, and the prongs will catch on the ice maker when you snap it into place by brute force. I wasn't strong enough to push it back on with one hand, but a stronger person did it in seconds once I explained how it should fit.

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019

by pass the thermostat if it runs replace the thermostat if not check the relay on the side of the compressor with a multimeter if good then compressor fault

Samsung... | Answered on Feb 02, 2019

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