Question about Refrigerators
Over Labor Day weekend, I went out of town and came home to a spoiled mess. We learned that the power was out and thought that's why everything went bad. Then we learned the power was out for only an hour and thought maybe something was wrong. So we unplugged it and cleaned it out and plugged it back in. The next day everything seemed fine and the temps were normal. But over the past week I noticed that both the fridge and freezer are not staying cold and they seem to fluctuate in temp alot. Everything seems fine then the next thing I know I open the freezer and the ice is melting and everythings defrosting! What is going on? Is the problem from when the power went out? Oh, and we have never had any problems whatsoever before and I don't notice any unusual noises now! Please help, I can't afford to replace more spoiled food!
Hey ur thermister has worn out may be due to the power surge when the power came back at that time so change the thermistor then check it out.........
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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