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How to fix 39E Samsung refrigerator?

Alton Alexander
By Alton AlexanderUpdated on June 4th, 2022

The refrigerator is not cooling properly and the error code indicates that the refrigerator is not able to reach the set temperature. There are a few potential reasons why this could be happening: 1) The refrigerator is not properly plugged into the wall outlet. 2) The refrigerator is not level. 3) The refrigerator door is not sealed properly. 4) The condenser coils are dirty. 5) The evaporator coils are frozen. 6) The refrigerator is low on Freon. 7) The compressor is not working properly.

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1. If your Samsung refrigerator is leaking, check the door seals and gaskets for cracks or holes

If your Samsung refrigerator is leaking, check the door seals and gaskets for cracks or holes in order to fix the problem. This can be done by manually checking each door seal and gasket for Problems, or by using a special tool to check the seals. If there are any Problems, the seal or gasket may need to be replaced.

2. If your Samsung refrigerator is not cooling, check the evaporator and condenser coils for dirt and debris

  1. Open the refrigerator door and check the evaporator and condenser coils for dirt and debris.
  2. If there is dirt or debris on the coils, clean it off using a brush or a vacuum cleaner.
  3. Replace the evaporator and condenser coils if necessary.

3. If your Samsung refrigerator is making noise, check the evaporator fan motor and blade for damage

If your Samsung refrigerator is making noise, check the evaporator fan motor and blade for damage. If the fan motor and blade are not damaged, the next step is to check the evaporator fan switch.

4. If your Samsung refrigerator is not defrosting, check the defrost timer and thermostat

If your refrigerator is not defrosting, one possible cause is a frozen defrost timer or thermostat. To check if this is the case, first determine if the refrigerator is working properly by checking the power and lights. If the refrigerator is not working, the problem may be with the timer or thermostat. To check the timer, remove the cover and look for a small dial or switch on the back. To check the thermostat, remove the cover and look for a silver or gold wire with a green plastic clip on it. If the timer or thermostat is frozen, the wire may be frozen to the timer or thermostat. In order to fix this, you will need to thaw the wire and reset the timer or thermostat.

5. If your Samsung refrigerator has a water filter, check to see if it needs to be replaced

If your Samsung refrigerator has a water filter, check to see if it needs to be replaced in order to fix water leaks. If it does, remove the old filter and replace it with a new one.