Modern homes require refrigerators for modern homes. It’s a secure and convenient way to preserve food for longer time. There are occasions when the Samsung refrigerator may cause more damage than good, specifically when it is freezing food items. Food that is frozen can lead to many issues, such food spoilage, freezer burn, loss of flavor, and texture. We will explore possible reasons your refrigerator from Samsung could be storing food in a freezer and the best way to prevent it from occurring. To ensure that your food remains fresh and delicious, we’ll give you some tips about how to organize and store your food in the contents of your Samsung refrigerator. No matter if you’re an experienced cook or just beginning to learn, understanding how your Samsung refrigerator works and how you can avoid freezing food items will allow you to reduce your food costs, avoid food waste and enjoy every meal to the fullest.
01 – Samsung Refrigerator Thermostat for Temperature Control
Temperature control thermostat controls voltage to the motors of the compressor and fan for condenser and evaporator fan depending on the. If the thermostat for temperature control is not functioning properly this could cause the refrigerant unit to run for more time than is needed. The refrigerator made by Samsung may become too cold. If the thermostat fails to click, switch it from the lowest to the highest setting. If the thermostat is clicking, it is not likely to be defective. To check for continuity, you can utilize a multimeter in order to determine that the thermostat is operating. If the thermostat controlling temperature does not have continuity at any setting, replace it.
02 02 Samsung Refrigerator Thermistor
The thermistor monitors air temperature and relays the temperature to the control board. The control board regulates the power supply to the compressor and evaporator fan based on the temperature readings from the thermistor. If the thermistor is damaged then the compressor and fan could be running too often. The refrigerator’s temperature will become too cold. Examine the multimeter to determine if the multimeter is in error. The Samsung refrigerator’s temperature should trigger the thermistor’s resistance change. If the resistance to the thermistor doesn’t change, or if the thermistor fails to have continuity, replace the thermistor.
03 – Samsung Refrigerator Main Control Board
A defective main control board may be the reason. The problem is rarely caused by the control board. Before you replace the control board make sure you test every component that could be in a state of deficiency. If one of these components is not defective, you can replace the control board in its entirety.
04 04 Samsung Refrigerator Temperature Control Board
The temperature control board sends voltage to fans and compressor motors. If the control board is defective, it will provide continuous voltage to the compressor or fan motors. The refrigerator from Samsung can become too cold. Control boards can be misdiagnosed. Before replacing the control board first check all the other typically defective parts. If all other components is defective, consider replacing the temperature control board.
05 – Samsung temperature set too cold
The Samsung refrigerator temperature controller can be set to a warmer setting. There are many models with an adjustable temperature that is typically between 34-38 degrees Fahrenheit. It takes 24 hours for the temperature to be adjusted appropriately.
06 06 Samsung Refrigerator Fan Motor
The Samsung refrigerator’s evaporator fan draws air over the cold evaporator coils which cools the air. The air is then circulated through the Samsung freezer and refrigerator compartments to keep the temperature low enough to preserve food. If the evaporator fan motor is malfunctioning, the cold air from the freezer or refrigerator evaporator coils can migrate through the air ducts, which can then reach the bottom of the refrigerator , and freeze the food. You should try rotating the fan blades of the evaporator to check if they are spinning freely. If they don’t, it’s possible that the motor’s bearings are seized and the motor may need to be replaced. A multimeter can be used to test for electrical continuity. If the motor doesn’t have electrical continuity, it won’t run and a new motor will need to be installed.
07 – Food items too close to the vents
Leave enough space between vents for air and the food. If certain food items are directly in front of the cold air vent , they may become frozen.
08 08 Samsung Refrigerator Damper
The damper can be closed and opened to let the proper quantity of chilled air in the Samsung refrigerator compartment. The refrigerator won’t cool down when the damper remains open. As a result, the Samsung refrigerator will become too cold. Examine the damper to determine the condition of it. If it’s broken, it’s stuck open.
09 09 Samsung Refrigerator Damper Controller Assembly
To ensure that the refrigerator compartment is cooled to the proper temperature the control for the air damper opens/closes. If the damper does not close properly, it will allow too much cold air into the refrigerator. Examine the damper control to determine if the control is broken or has been smashed open.
10 10 Samsung Refrigerator Defrost Thermostat
The temperature of coils that evaporate is monitored by the defrost thermostat located on the Samsung refrigerator. If the coils are at a set temperature and the thermostat contacts close, it is so that power can flow to the defrost heater during defrost. The thermostat may not allow electricity to reach defrost heaters. This can cause the coils of the evaporator get frozen, leading to cooling and air loss. A multimeter can be used to check for electrical continuity to determine whether the thermostat is in error. Replace the thermostat if it does not sustain continuity in the lowest temperatures within its operating range.