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SamSung RF197 ACRS

Posted by akachrisinmass (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 30, 13 at 19:30

The icemaker assembly and ice tray have fallen out of the plastic holder. I cannot for the life of me figure out how it goes back in.

Accessing this bit (french door bottom freezer) is limited.

I have two options
1: Since we're not actually using the icemaker, removing it. There looks like an electrical and water line. How can I disconnect them?
2: Reinstalling these items. How to do that.

Have looked all over the internet but cannot find anything on this model to help.

Thanks


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RE: SamSung RF197 ACRS

Have you tried emailing Samsung Customer Service?

They were very responsive when I had a question about fridge dimensions. Of course, they would be very helpful to a potential customer. Still, worth a shot.

When I took apart my Kobe hood and couldn't figure out how to get it back, Kobe customer service scanned and emailed me diagrams and instruction. Maybe Samsung will be as helpful.

Good luck!


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