DA32-10104N Samsung Refrigerator Temperature Sensor

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Part #: SMG DA32-10104N
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Refrigerator temperature defrost sensor for some models of Samsung fridges.


Weight : 0.001300 lbs
Dimension : 0.944800 x 0.511800 x 0.393700
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Refrigerator temperature defrost sensor for some models of Samsung fridges.


Weight : 0.001300 lbs
Dimension : 0.944800 x 0.511800 x 0.393700
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  1. DA32-10104V
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DIY Guide to Replacing the DA32-10104N Samsung Refrigerator Temperature Sensor

Are you having issues with your refrigerator's temperature? If so, you may need to replace your Samsung refrigerators' DA32-10104N temperature sensor. Replacing this temperature sensor can help get your refrigerator's temperature back on track and maintain optimal cooling conditions. To help you out, here is a step-by-step guide to replacing your DA32-10104N Samsung refrigerator temperature sensor.

Before you begin, make sure to unplug your refrigerator from the wall and turn off the water supply if connected.

Step 1: Locate the Temperature Sensor

The DA32-10104N temperature sensor is located on the bottom right side of the refrigerator, near the evaporator coil. Look for a black wire plugged into a large plug. This is your temperature sensor.

Step 2: Disconnect the Sensor

Carefully unplug the wire and remove the plug from the sensor. Be careful not to damage the two wires.

Step 3: Install the New Sensor

Place the new temperature sensor in the same location as the old one. Plug the two wires into their respective ports on the new sensor and make sure they are secured.

Step 4: Replenish Refrigerator Coolant

Once the new sensor is installed, replenish the refrigerator coolant. You can do this by connecting a refrigerator coolant vacuum pump to the valve found on the back of the refrigerator. Slowly add the new coolant until you see a steady stream coming from the gauge.

Step 5: Test the Temperature Sensor

Turn on the refrigerator and test the new temperature sensor. If it is working correctly, the temperature should be within a few degrees of its set point.

And that's it! With these steps, you have successfully replaced the DA32-10104N Samsung refrigerator temperature sensor. Make sure to monitor the temperature regularly to ensure optimal cooling. Congratulations on completing your DIY project!

Please keep in mind, these instructions are for general guidance and should always be used in conjunction with the manufacturer's manual, if available.
Compatible with samsung