Samsung Refrigerator Error Codes

Samsung Refrigerator Error Codes

Matt Zieminski
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Safety First! Before you begin, remember that safety is paramount. Always unplug your appliance before attempting any repairs or diagnostics. This precaution is crucial to prevent electric shock or damage to your appliance.

Understanding Your Refrigerator: This guide covers various problems, from water inlet problems to ice maker issues or unexpected leaks. We’ve broken down each problem into three key sections:

  1. Problem: Identifies the specific issue you're experiencing.
  2. Why It Happens: Provides a brief explanation of potential causes.
  3. How to Fix: Offers step-by-step solutions to resolve the issue.

Ready to Solve the Issue? With this guide in hand, you're well-equipped to handle refrigerator repairs with ease. Let’s dive in and get your refrigerator running smoothly again!

Causes

1

Why It Happens?

The refrigerator has identified a problem with the sensor located in the back of the freezer compartment. The error is commonly caused by a separation between the sensor and the housing, a connection issue, a disconnected part, or a short circuit. The error may also trigger if the sensor detects a temperature higher than 149ºF (+65ºC) or less than -58ºF(-50ºC).

How to Fix

The Freezer Room Sensor is located in the Freezer compartment in the back upper right.

2

Why It Happens?

The refrigerator has identified a problem with the sensor in the fridge compartment of the unit. The error is commonly caused by a separation between the sensor and the housing, a connection issue, a disconnected part, or a short circuit.

The error may also trigger if the sensor detects a temperature higher than 149ºF (+65ºC) or less than -58ºF(-50ºC).

How to Fix

The Fridge Room Sensor is located inside the refrigerator compartment behind the "Twin Cool" housing.

3

Why It Happens?

The refrigerator has identified a problem with the sensor in the freezer compartment of the unit. The error is commonly caused by a separation between the sensor and the housing, a connection issue, a disconnected part, or a short circuit.

The error may also trigger if the sensor detects a temperature higher than 149ºF (+65ºC) or less than -58ºF(-50ºC).

How to Fix

The Freezer Defrost Sensor is located in the Freezer Compartment behind the evaporator cover.

4

Why It Happens?

The refrigerator has identified a problem with the sensor in the refrigerator compartment of the unit. The error is commonly caused by a separation between the sensor and the housing, a connection issue, a disconnected part, or a short circuit.

The error may also trigger if the sensor detects a temperature higher than 149ºF (+65ºC) or less than -58ºF(-50ºC).

How to Fix

The Fridge Defrost Sensor is located in the refrigerator compartment behind the "Twin Cool" cover, in the upper right of the evaporator coils.

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