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Be aware the fridge works with deadly voltages. If you have not enough technical knowledge, please don't do this yourself.
With a multi meter you can measure if the voltage you apply is entering the fridge. There is not much in a fridge. You find a on / of switch, a thermostat en mostly an override switch too short a thermostat. So if you measure a voltage coming is, follow the wiring and check what the thermostat does. if it won't switch you have the cause. If it does switch, follow the wiring, and if the aggregate gets a voltage and does not run, you have a defective aggregate. I can't think of more.
Good Luck.

Frigidaire... | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

One thing which happened to me lately the Ice maker at my job was clicking. I looked up in it if had frozen up I had to defrost it, the clicking went away. Well that may not be help on your freezer but might be the ice maker in it. Just a thought.
Link below talk about the relay and other issues which can cause clicking noise
link below may help

Whirlpool... | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

u more than likely have to remove the bottom plate first and the screws along the back wall are most likely covered with a plastic covering

Kenmore... | Answered on Jan 14, 2020

Evaporator fan or just a fan designed to circulate the interior air to minimise temperature variations in the cabinet especially after the door has been opened?

The fan in my daughter's freezer starts when she opens the door and runs for a couple of minutes...

Refrigerators | Answered on Jan 13, 2020

You can turn the sound on or off for your washing machine. When the sound function is set to off, you will not hear the Addwash alarm, the melody of the cycle completion and the power-off beep sound. The other sounds will stay active though.

To mute the sound, press and hold Options for 3 seconds.
To unmute the sound, press and hold Options again for 3 seconds.
Your setting will be kept even after restarting the machine.

This process to turn the sound on/off does not apply to all Samsung washing machines, but the alarms being turned on/off remain the same.

Samsung... | Answered on Jan 13, 2020

The refrig has been set to run and cool the interior too low. Turn off the refrig of awhile and let the ice melt. The ice build up may also been caused by poor sealing around the doors and too much humidity in the air. Once the ice has melted, turn it back on and set the temperature inside the refrig to 37 to 40F. The Freezer needs to be set at 0 or about -2F. If the controls don't function right, they may need replacing or a temperature sensor may need replacing. That should be handled by a service tech.

Refrigerators | Answered on Jan 11, 2020

There should be an access panel on the back side of the refrig. Remove that you you should see a tube running down into the drain pan. Often that tube gets plugged and needs to be removed and cleaned. If it is a rubber tube, consider replacing it as the rubber gets old and sticky with age and that stickyness causes the plugging.

Kenmore... | Answered on Jan 11, 2020

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Refrigerators | Answered on Jan 09, 2020

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