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Refrigerator temp erratic

A couple of days ago the digital temp read out started flashing. the next day everything in the fridge went bad. I unplugged it and plugged it back in and the temp readout stopped flashing, but keeps going up and down between 38 and 60 degrees. Any ideas?

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  • raventor Sep 17, 2008

    WHERE DO I FIND THE THERMOSTAT AND FAN?

  • raventor Sep 17, 2008

    COULD SOMETHING BE SHORTED OUT? I RECENTLY HAD SOME MICE UNDER THE FRIDGE, COULD IT BE A CHEWED WIRE? IS THERE A WAY TO CHECK?

  • raventor Sep 17, 2008

    I FIND YOUR COMMENTS TO BE USELESS

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Thermostat is at the back of the freezer behind the panel and just pull your fridge out look behind and see if any of the wires are chewed though there is int many down low a mice can eat any way you will see if any wires are eating though

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I'd say Thermostat.

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

  • Steven Brown Sep 17, 2008

    Um thermostat is located under the fridge near the big compressor.



    And another could be located INside the freezer part.



    Getting to it is going to require some time and some tools.

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How long did you unplug the power? Try to unplug it for several hours like 2-3 hours for the reset to takes place. Now if the temp stil fluctuates, there might be some air leak. You can try to lower down the temp just to isolate the problem if its just the digital control problem or some internal problem.

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You can find the parts needed for that at repairclinic.com

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A POSSIBLE LEAK OR YOUR REF IS OUT OF FREON.. IT'S BETTER TO CALL SOMEONE TO DO THE CHECKUP ON THE UNIT.

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There seems issue with the thermostat. Also check the fan are working properly.

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You will have to replace your thermostat of the fridge

you can find it near the light inside the unit

Posted on Sep 17, 2008

  • dewan nafees ahmed Sep 17, 2008

    and do you see any fault code flashing??

    if so please let us know


  • dewan nafees ahmed Sep 17, 2008

    if you give us proper feed backs we can help you better

    thank you


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