Hello, the fridge compartment doesnt seem to be getting cold, though the freezer compartment is fine. Light for the fridge goes on/off as it should, and for some bizarre reason there does seem to be a little airflow generated at the back of the fridge when the freezer door is open??help would be appreciated thank you in advance
Possible ice build-up behind the inside rear panel. you have to remoive panel defrost ice with hair dryer then replace the heater/defrost cable. the job cost around 125. for an appliance tech to fix it hope this helps...
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you would need your fridge defrost sensor replace, check for ice build up within the vents of fridge section, best to a tec to come and replace it for you,you would need the sensor to be reset on your fridge computer board cheers
I think it's the freezer fan that stopped working,open the freezer and see if it goes you should hear it running and even see.This fan allows the cold air into the fridge compartment,without it it takes ages for the fridge to get cold.I've got the same problem if you find the motor online let me know on firstname.lastname@example.org
if just the refrige isnt cold,check the damper door located between the freezer and refrige compartments and see if its open to let in cold air from freezer,if not sometimes they freeze shut and cant operate with temperature setting changes/if nothings cold,then replace the ptc overload relay located on the compressor body,it just unplugs off the compressor
The same symptom occurred in our fridge freezer. The fridge compartment warmed up whilst the freezer compartment continued to keep temperature.
The cause of our problem was diagnosed as a frozen sensor that controls a flap, that controls the flow of cold air from the freezer compartment up into the fridge compartment. We were advised to power off the fridge freezer (removing all food and trays from the freezer unit first), and to leave it to defrost for 24hrs. We needed to place a few towels on the floor of the freezer compartment to soak up the melt water. After 24hrs we followed the power up instructions in the manual (versions are available online if you have lost yours). Within a few minutes it was obvious that the fridge compartment was being cooled – Problem solved :)