Why does my Samsung Ice maker keeps icing up?

Why does my Samsung Ice maker keeps icing up?

The issue with Samsung french door ice makers icing and frosting up and not working is due to a known leakage defect in the manufacturing process. (common) The air duct above the evaporator is blocked by ice. (not often) The fan motor has failed.

How do I turn the ice maker on on my Samsung refrigerator?

To turn off or on the ice maker, touch and hold the Ice Maker button for 3 seconds. The ‘Off’ LED lights and the Ice-Maker stops making ice. To turn the ice maker on, touch and hold the Ice Maker button again for 3 seconds. The ‘Off’ LED turns off.

Has Samsung fix their ice makers?

First, some background. Certain models of French-door Samsung refrigerators come with built-in ice makers. For its part, Samsung has reportedly done nothing to help, failing to issue a recall or offer to repair or replace consumers’ refrigerators.

How do you reset a Samsung Ice Maker?

Reset the Ice MakerPress the button at the top of the ice bucket. While pressing the button pull out the bucket.Press and hold the ice maker reset button for about 2 seconds until you hear a chime (ding-dong) sound. Release the button once you hear the chime sound. Put the ice bucket back and wait for 3~4 hours.5 (Very Satisfied)

How do I reset my Samsung French door refrigerator ice maker?

Test or reset your ice makerRemove your ice bucket so you can get to your ice maker.Locate the test button. Press and hold the button until you hear a chime indicating that the test is starting.Quickly put the ice bucket back in; depending on the type of ice maker you have, whatever ice is in the ice maker will dump soon.