Question about Refrigerators
I HAVE A LG I DONT REALLY KNOW THE MODEL BUT IT HAS THE TO DOORS ON THE TOP AND THE PULL OUT FREZZER ON THE BOTTOM AND RIGHT NOW WE ARE TRYING TO FIGURE OUT WHAT IS WRONG WITH IT.
WE JUST RE DID OUR KITCHEN AND MY DAD WAS PUTTING TIEL ON THE FLOOR SO HE MOVED THE FRIGE TO GET THE BACK AND SINCE THEN I HASENT BEEN WORKING THE SAME.
HE THINKS ITS ONE OF THE FANS BUT WE DONT REALLY KNOW. IT MAKES THIS SORT OF ROARING SOUND WHEN WE CLOSE IT. AND THE ICE MAKER IS MAKING ICE BUT IT MELTS SO ITS ONE GIANT PIECE. AND NOW WE CONNECT IT THE THE SAME OUTLET WERE IT WAS BEFORE AND IT WILL WORK AND MARK THE TEMP. ON THE TOP BUT A MINUTE WILL GO BY AND I WILL STOP MARKING. WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT TO DO!
WE TOOK OF A PANNEL FROM THE BACK AND WE DONT EVEN WANT TO TOUCH IT BECAUSE ITS NOTHING BUT WIRES!
I am not sure I totally understand what is wrong with your refridgerator but I wil try to help you as best I can. First off, here is a link to an LG Website that you can get the Service Manual for your fridge once you've identified the model number. You should be able to find that on a tag inside the refridgerator compartment ( normally on the upper left side but it may be someplace else) Look inside the fridge on all panels and door openings for the tag and write down the model number. Then use this link http://184.108.40.206/SubPages/DA_Fridge.htm#Bottom%20Freezer to find your specific refridgerator. Once you have the web page for your model, you wil have options on the left side that will allow you to download the service manual.. and other useful information if you want it. Ok.. so that will get you started but I will ask you to try a few things.. When you pulled the refridgerator out for your remodeling project, did you run over anything that could have gotten inside the bottom of it? Please check there with a flashlight and make sure you don't have anything caught inside it... If I understand you correctly, you implied that you plugged the fridge back into the same outlet that had been working correctly... If the ice maker is making ice and that ice is melting, you may have damaged the one of the thermal sensors that monitors freezer temp .. There are many many things that may have been damaged but I would make sure that your water line coming into the back of the fridge is not pinched off and that all the doors seal ok with ther gaskets.. and there is nothing caught underneath. and above all.. your incoming power is OK. I'll check back again to see if any of these ideas ( or some that you may find in the service manual) may help.. Good luck..
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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