Owners who are disappointed with their Samsung refrigerators and are ready to throw them away, need to read this information till the end. If you have noticed water leakage inside your Samsung Refrigerator, and you don’t know where it came from, you likely have an ice buildup in the draining well. It is likely that the old evaporating clip is not doing justice and caused an ice buildup which led to the leakage. If you notice leakage, it is important to complete this replacement as soon as possible. Water leakage in places with electronic components can cause your refrigerator to short out and can even lead to fires. This fix does not require any special skills. As long as you follow the guide with all safety precautions, you will be able to perform a successful replacement of the evaporating clip in your Samsung Refrigerator. Be sure to unplug and empty the refrigerator before disassembling. Using a spudger, pry off the cap covering the topmost screw. Remove three 12.7 mm screws using a Phillips #0 screwdriver. Use your hands or a spudger to pry back the plastic cover starting from the bottom. Once all the clips are pulled out, loosen the cover by pushing it slightly up and out. Gently unplug both connectors. Using a hair dryer or heat gun, melt down any ice buildup in the draining well. Cut out the old evaporating clip using a pair of cutting pliers. Replace the old clip with a new evaporating clip. All-in-all, Samsung produces some of the finest refrigerators you can find today. With a little know-how, you can’t troubleshoot any malfunction roots and sort them out yourself without having to arrange a technician visit.
November 28, 2021
Admiral Furnace Repair: not heating up
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