How do I fix my Samsung refrigerator not cooling?

How do I fix my Samsung refrigerator not cooling?

How do I fix my Samsung refrigerator not cooling?

Here’s what to do if your Samsung refrigerator has suddenly stopped cooling.

  1. First, check the power. We know, we know.
  2. Remove anything that’s blocking the air vents.
  3. Look at the thermostat.
  4. Vacuum the coils.
  5. Check the seal on the doors.
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Why is my Samsung fridge running but not cooling?

One of the most common reasons why a Samsung refrigerator is not cooling is a faulty evaporator fan motor. It’s responsible for drawing cold air into the evaporator coils that circulate throughout the fridge. If it fails, there won’t be enough cold air in the refrigerator, preventing it from cooling.

How to troubleshoot a problem with a Samsung refrigerator?

Samsung Refrigerator Troubleshooting Guide. 1 1. Samsung Refrigerator Not Cooling. 2 2. Samsung Refrigerator Water Dispenser Not Working. 3 3. Samsung Refrigerator Ice Maker Not Making Ice. 4 4. Samsung Refrigerator Ice Dispenser Not Working. 5 5. Samsung Refrigerator Not Defrosting.

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What to do if your refrigerator is not cooling?

If your freezer is not freezing, or if your fridge or other temperature controlled compartments (such as FlexZone) are not cooling, there are several things you can do. Most cooling concerns can be resolved by adjusting refrigerator settings, proper use and care, inspecting and cleaning the door seals, or resetting the refrigerator.

Why is the temperature on my Samsung refrigerator blinking?

Samsung refrigerator temperature display is blinking A blinking temperature display is trying to get your attention, typically because the temperature is too high and things need to cool down. It could also be because a door has been left open. Any other blinking lights may require a power cycle to correct the issue.