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Need to replace the fuse. I don't know where it locates.

Refrigerator doesn't work. I think that I need toto replace tha fuse.

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    I'm having the same problem, My freezer is working and the refrigerator is zip.

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No fuse on kenmore refrigerators is it dead no lights nothing?

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Insufficient cooling is a fridge repair job that you can do without the help of a professional. Often the fridge has a frost-free failure, or the compressor is faulty but there are many other reasons for a fridge not cooling properly.
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Your first job is to locate the source of the problem. Consider each of the following:

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* Condenser coils – Check to see that the condenser coils don’t have a dust build-up and that the condenser motor is working.
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