Thursday, March 10, 2011

Samsung RB1955 Bottom Freezer Refrigerator troubleshooting?

How to remove refrigerator door:---

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Step One - Remove the Refrigerator Door

Remove the screw from the hinge cover, and then disassemble the cover hinge on the top of the refrigerator.

Disconnect the electrical wire on the top of the refrigerator.

With the wrench, remove the four bolts that hold the hings to the top of the refrigerator.

Separate the hinge from the wiring as shown.

Lift the refrigerator door upward to separate it from the unit. Be careful not to drop or scratch the door.


How to remove freezer door?

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Step Two - Remove the Freezer Door

Remove the screw and two bolts from the middle hinge, and then detach it from the refrigerator.

Lift the freezer door upward to remove it from the unit. Be careful not to drop or scratch the freezer door.



How to reattach freezer door?

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Step Three - Reattach the Freezer Door

Fit the Hinge-Low into the grommet hinge hole. Don't forget to insert the washer with grease.

Insert the additional hinge mid into the door hole.

Attach the assembled hinge and door to the refrigerator as pictured. Don't forget to include the washer with grease.

Make sure the door opens and closes properly.


How to reattach refrigerator door:---


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Step Four - Reattach the Refrigerator Door

Unscrew and detach the stopper door and grommet.

Reattach the Stopper and Grommet to the opposite sides.

Attach the refrigerator door into the fixed hinge mid.

Unscrew and detach the Cover Cap Door and Cover Hinge.

After detaching the Grommet and Cap Wire, reattach them on the opposite side.

Reattach the hinge on the top of the refrigerator with the bolts, and reconnect the electrical wires.

Reattach the cover hinge with the screws.

Finally, confirm that the refrigerator door opens and closes properly.

Important: Check the gasket to make sure it is entirely in contact with the cabinet.

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Procedure and parts required is as follows:---

Removing and Re-attching the Doors ►

IMPORTANT NOTES

Before removing the doors:

  • Empty the contents of the refrigerator and freezer.
  • Unplug the refrigerator's power cord.
  • Remove all door guards and racks.
  • Handle parts carefully to avoid scratching the refrigerator's finish.
  • Set screws down by their related parts to avoid using them in the wrong places.
  • Provide a non-scratching work surface, such as a blanket, for the doors.
  • Avoid getting any oil on the refrigerator's finish.
  • Read the all instructions completely before starting.

Required Tools 7/16" Wrench/ ScrewdriverPhilips Screwdriver


7/16" Wrench







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Beeping sound and other noises:---



Abnormal Noise From The Refrigerator
Bubbling Sound

The bubbling sound you hear is normal. It is caused by refrigerant gas moving through the pipes in your refrigerator as the refrigerator cools or freezes your food.

Cracking Sound

This noise is normal. It occurs when the interior components contract or expand as the refrigerator is cooling or the interior temperature changes after the temperature has been reset.

Buzzing Sound

The buzzing noise you hear is the sound of the refrigerator compressor running. The noise is normal.

You will also hear a noise when the refrigerator compressor starts at the beginning of a cooling cycle and when it shuts off.

Beeping Sound

Some Samsung refrigerators are equipped with a door alarm, which will beep whenever the door is left open or not closed completely. Here are some things to check:

  • Make sure that the door's path is free from obstruction.
  • Make sure that there are no objects in the refrigerator are preventing the door from closing.
  • If the rubber door seals are dirty, the door will not close properly. Clean the doors with a mild detergent and damp cloth. Then wipe with a dry cloth.
  • Check the refrigerator and freezer temperatures. If the temperatures are too warm, the alarm will beep.

    Note: Never let any oil or grease come into contact with the plastic fittings or door seals, as these materials easily become porous.
Rattling Sound
  • If you have recently removed the doors of the refrigerator, the hinge bolts or hinge cover screws may be loose.
  • If the freezer door is lower than the refrigerator door, insert a common (flat-head) screwdriver in a slot of the control lever on the freezer side and turn it clockwise.

    If the freezer door is higher than the refrigerator door, insert a common (flat-head) screwdriver in a slot of the control lever on the refrigerator side and turn it clockwise.

  • If there is significant frost accumulation in the freezer, it may obstruct the free operation of the fans which could produce a rattling noise.

Note: Try moving the refrigerator forward aproximately an inch. If the noise gors away, it was contacting something, such as the water line.


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Demo/Exhibition Mode

Demo mode disables the compressor to save electricity when the refrigerator is displayed on the showroom floor. When the compressor is disabled, the refrigerator doesn't cool.

To remove your refrigerator from Demo mode and start the compressor, press the Power Freeze (Quick ice) and Freezer Temp. buttons for 8 seconds. You will hear a chime.

Note: The name of the function buttons may vary from model to model. Demo/Exhibition mode is always controlled by the 2 top buttons on the left side of the display panel.


-------------------For more troubleshooting.Please click on the link below:-----

http://support-us.samsung.com/cyber/popup/iframe/pop_troubleshooting_fr.jsp?idx=917&modelname=RB1955SW&modelcode=&session_id=N4sJ6nPt1yswLJvycmKnshgfGMv1GyvjvhWPpcTpvp2KwxGh5LvD!779666559!1761676348!7501!-1!1486321367!1761676444!7501!-1!1299770388925


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