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I have a Samsung refrigerator model number RF26HFENDSR/AA.

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I have a Samsung refrigerator model number RF26HFENDSR/AA. The refrigerator temperature light blinks continuously. The refrigerator is not cooling properly. The fan in the upper part of the refrigerator was making a noise. I saw through a couple of slots on the back wall that there was frost build up. I had the temp set at 37 degrees. I turned it up to 40 and after a while the fan noise stopped. The ice is still visible. I set the temp back at 37 degrees and the temp light continues to blink. What should I do? I cannot find the manual. Also the filter light is on and I do not know where the filter is nor how to change it.
Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Appliance Guru replied 6 months ago.

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The best thing you could do now is manually defrost the unit, take the stuff out put it in coolers and defrost it for a couple hours and then turn it back on, it should work fine. If that problem comes back in a week or so you may need a tech to check the defrost circuit out on the unit to see why it is not defrosting.

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