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Old 08-28-2012, 07:57 AM
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This has been an issue every summer, but now freezer is not freezing at all, in winter, it would barely freeze, and water issue is weekly issue to remove veggie draw to remove water before it leaks all over floor. Any tips on DIY fix given I can fix most everything. With no Samsung authorized repair in my area, and high cost to diagnosis and all the bad service quotes others have had, I feel I want to attack problem myself. I assume from reading of others who have similar problem, it is a defrost problem. When we lost power for a few days, it began working again for a few weeks, so it has to be defrost issue as I figure.

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This has been an issue every summer, but now freezer is not freezing at all, in winter, it would barely freeze, and water issue is weekly issue to remove veggie draw to remove water before it leaks all over floor. Any tips on DIY fix given I can fix most everything. With no Samsung authorized repair in my area, and high cost to diagnosis and all the bad service quotes others have had, I feel I want to attack problem myself. I assume from reading of others who have similar problem, it is a defrost problem. When we lost power for a few days, it began working again for a few weeks, so it has to be defrost issue as I figure.

Thanks,

Finally had the time to pull off panel in freezer section and sure enough, ice build up, and it was caused by dead fan which was not moving air allowing the ice over. Replaced fan and in three weeks, no more problem with freezer not working.
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