samsung american style fridge freezer water dispenser not cold - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
Expired

samsung american style fridge freezer water dispenser not cold

£0.00 @ Samsung
recently bought an american style fridge freezer. had it plumbed so has water and ice is freezing but for some reason i cannot figure out the water being despensed is not chilled just even slightly co… Read More
freedom786 Avatar
5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
recently bought an american style fridge freezer. had it plumbed so has water and ice is freezing but for some reason i cannot figure out the water being despensed is not chilled just even slightly cold

Help please!
Other Links From Samsung:
freedom786 Avatar
5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
Options

All Comments

(19) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Model?
#2
whatsThePoint
does it come out chilled if you push the level the other way
Our Samsung one has a rubber button at the back of the dispenser that you push the glass against. The temperature will be in the settings, need to know model number though.
#3
whatsThePoint
oddballjamie
whatsThePoint
does it come out chilled if you push the level the other way
Our Samsung one has a rubber button at the back of the dispenser that you push the glass against. The temperature will be in the settings, need to know model number though.

Are you suggesting they read the manual :|
Hell yes, some people aye?
banned#4
No self-respecting man would ever read a manual. It's not a cliche, it's a fact!
#5
master_chief
No self-respecting man would ever read a manual. It's not a cliche, it's a fact!
Well that man will have to continue to drink warm water then - FACT!
banned 1 Like #6
oddballjamie
master_chief
No self-respecting man would ever read a manual. It's not a cliche, it's a fact!
Well that man will have to continue to drink warm water then - FACT!

He'll have to man up and resolve it using man-sense!
#7
hmm, with mine the filter is external and simply filters the water directly from the mains, there is no water stored anywhere, so it cannot get chilled by the fridge
#8
jayjayuk1234
hmm, with mine the filter is external and simply filters the water directly from the mains, there is no water stored anywhere, so it cannot get chilled by the fridge


My LG's the same, Creates ice cubes though and crushed ice.
#9
jayjayuk1234
hmm, with mine the filter is external and simply filters the water directly from the mains, there is no water stored anywhere, so it cannot get chilled by the fridge


shauneco
jayjayuk1234
hmm, with mine the filter is external and simply filters the water directly from the mains, there is no water stored anywhere, so it cannot get chilled by the fridge


My LG's the same, Creates ice cubes though and crushed ice.


my sammy is exactly the same that reminds me the filter needs changing
#10
the porter
jayjayuk1234
hmm, with mine the filter is external and simply filters the water directly from the mains, there is no water stored anywhere, so it cannot get chilled by the fridge

shauneco
jayjayuk1234
hmm, with mine the filter is external and simply filters the water directly from the mains, there is no water stored anywhere, so it cannot get chilled by the fridge

My LG's the same, Creates ice cubes though and crushed ice.

my sammy is exactly the same that reminds me the filter needs changing
Think you're right you know, maybe we've just got really cold water.
#11
How do you think it gets the water to create the ice cubes?
The water is stored somewhere.
#12
Haha thanks for the replies i have checked the manual but cannot find anything under troubleshoot for the chilling of the water despensed.

the model number is RSH1DBRS
#13
freedom786
Haha thanks for the replies i have checked the manual but cannot find anything under troubleshoot for the chilling of the water despensed.

the model number is RSH1DBRS

Man sense Fail
#14
Babbabooey
How do you think it gets the water to create the ice cubes?
The water is stored somewhere.


Quite simple really..

The water comes from the mains and fills the ice cube tray, once they are frozen they roll off a conveyor belt into the ice box, then the fridge gets more water from the mains for the next batch of ice cubes ( if the icebox isn't full ),

no water is stored that is not being used to make cubes.

We aren't talking about ice cubes anyways, we are talking about the water.


Edited By: jayjayuk1234 on Aug 05, 2011 17:39
#15
I think you'll find that it also cools the water prior to dispensing.
1 Like #16
No they don't, In most the Water comes from the pipe, The pipe runs up the back and then onwards to the door hinges, Through the door to the dispenser. Their may be the odd one where the water collects in a compartment somewhere but I'd guess the dispenser would then be located on the fridge side or the water would obviously freeze.
#17
Babbabooey
I think you'll find that it also cools the water prior to dispensing.


I think you'll find most (if not all) of the plumbed in ones don't store water
#18
Yes I do g know that water is not stored anywhere but is instantly chilled as it runs through the fridge as it is dispensed. But why does the water in this case not become chilled?
banned#19
read the instructions

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!