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My Samsung French-door frig had the same problem - try resetting ice maker - red button on the side of the ice maker. If that doesn't work call Samsung service - I had a bad circuit board which needed to be replaced by local Samsung repair service.

Samsung RF265AA... | Answered on Nov 21, 2019

It sounds like your water valve is occasionally get stuck open and over filling the icemaker.

GE Profile 26.6... | Answered on Nov 20, 2019

Do you have a question? Is this a door on a kitchen cabinet?
What type of hinge?

I will assume you have eurostyle hinges like almost every cabinet in the last 20 years:

Seriously easy to find on Google...

Refrigerators | Answered on Nov 20, 2019

Here's a link to a great website that will help you understand what might be causing your freezer to have that ice build up. I could explain it here, but if you look at this link, they've already done a wonderful job.

Good luck!

Samsung... | Answered on Nov 20, 2019

check thermistors and cold control thermostat

Samsung... | Answered on Nov 20, 2019


Refrigerators | Answered on Nov 20, 2019

Have the same issue with the mcwc50dbt.

The relay seems fine, no oxidation on ceramic insert.

I used to tap the back of control panel and sometimes the compressor would start up, cool the unit, but would not come back on again by its own.

I removed the control board this weekend and it looks fine (ie, no burn marks or loose soldered connections on board as seen in other posts), however if I wiggle the wires leading from the inside top of the fridge cabinet to the control board, the compressor will come on, but again will not come on again after the temp is reached. So how do I know if the issue is with the control board and needs to be replaced, or if the issue is something else?

Refrigerators | Answered on Nov 19, 2019

time to have some freon added and only certified people can do it

Midea... | Answered on Nov 19, 2019


Do you see a button called alarm/lock?

Press and HOLD that button for five seconds.If that does not work,Press and hold super and freezer buttons at the same time for five seconds.This would change the IWD off message.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

Bosch B22CS80SNS... | Answered on Nov 17, 2019


Uses for a Small Refrigerator

If you are in the market for a new refrigerator, know that you do not necessarily have to go with the typical standard size. If you live alone, have little extra space, or just need an extra fridge to add to your regular one, you can benefit from a small refrigerator. Find out the many uses for such an appliance.

Many people assume that just because they have the space available, they need to purchase a full size fridge. However, most people who live alone do not use the same amount of space for their food that a family does, which means that much of the refrigerated area is wasted. This can cause electricity bills that are higher than they need to be. Rather than pay the upfront cost for a regular sized fridge, and then pay for the electricity usage every month thereafter, consider purchasing a small refrigerator. You can choose from several sizes, all of which are less than 20 cubic feet, which is the minimum that most families have. You can always upgrade later if you need to, and use the small refrigerator as an extra appliance.

Some people only have limited space in their house. Perhaps you live in a dorm or small apartment with a cramped kitchen. Filling a small residence with a large fridge does not usually make sense, especially if you live alone or with one roommate. If this is the case for you, consider small refrigerators. Most dorm rooms look great with a fridge that is anywhere from two to five cubic feet. Of course, you can purchase a larger one if it is needed, but most people in small residences find this to be the perfect size. An apartment with a small kitchen may be better off with a fridge that is under the traditional 20 cubic feet, as this can hold a lot of food without taking over the entire room.

If you already have a good sized kitchen fridge and just want an extra, a small refrigerator can be great for storing drinks and snacks that need to be kept refrigerated. You can keep it in your home office, den, or bedroom. Note that many small refrigerators fit perfectly under desks and counters, so figure out whether you want to do this before buying a fridge so that you can measure the space you have. Keeping a small refrigerator somewhere other than your kitchen can help you and guests be as comfortable as possible, with constant access to cold beverages.

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on Nov 16, 2019 | Refrigerators

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