Join Samurai Appliance Repair Man on a real-life service call where he shows you how to troubleshoot and repair a warm Samsung French Door bottom mount refrigerator the Master Samurai Tech way.
You may notice in the video that I ask a couple times where all that ice came from but I never explicitly explain where. There’s a very simple explanation and I thought I’d let that come out in any followup discussion. Do you know the answer?
Okay, I’ll tell you. The melted defrost water that was pooled up in the pan below the evaporator was sucked up by the venturi effect caused by the evaporator fan motor running in a tightly controlled air channel. The water would have gathered around the evaporator fan and started freezing, slowly squeezing in on the evaporator fan motor blade like an icy boa constrictor. An early warning sign would have been noise from the fan blade tapping on the accumulating ice, which these owners ignored. Eventually, the ice built up enough to completely encase the fan blade in its icy tomb.
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