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Old 09-13-2014, 11:03 AM   #85
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Have you checked out Dutch Star Don's installation?

http://www.irv2.com/forums/f115/sams...er-159692.html

You could also send him a PM to ask him what he did.

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Thanks I did look at it I noticed he used metal and no floor, I am thinking of 5/8 plywood as I already have it. I was thinking about maybe 3/4 iinch between floor and heater. I put floor in as a test fit turned heater on let it run for over an hour with very little heat build up between floor and heater, tops I read was 82.3.
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Check to see if you have the heater install manual or maybe get it online. It should indicate proper materials and clearance.
Good Luck, you'll really enjoy the Samsung.
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Well, I did something wrong. Now that I have everything installed, the refer portion of our refer does not cool. The freezer works like a champ.
I have no idea what was wrong earlier, but all is well now. I took out the shelves and pulled the back off. I also lifted the top control panel and looked in there. I found a ground connection that was not really tight so I did tighten that. When I removed the back panel I did a continuity check with the fan and a temp sensor to make sure I had not pulled any wires loose there. Both were good. So I put it all back together and plugged it in. Refer is now 38 degrees and freezer is -2.
I wish I had some wisdom to pass along here, but there is none. I'm just happy that things are back in order.

I can hardly wait for our next trip.
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I have no idea what was wrong earlier, but all is well now. I took out the shelves and pulled the back off. I also lifted the top control panel and looked in there. I found a ground connection that was not really tight so I did tighten that. When I removed the back panel I did a continuity check with the fan and a temp sensor to make sure I had not pulled any wires loose there. Both were good. So I put it all back together and plugged it in. Refer is now 38 degrees and freezer is -2.
I wish I had some wisdom to pass along here, but there is none. I'm just happy that things are back in order.

I can hardly wait for our next trip.
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Glad it is working for you. I finally got mine installed ran it for a few days. Then had to put her in storage. Sad day putting her into storage.


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