Question about Refrigerators
Hi. thanks for the question .the foam in the freezer, where the fan is. gets saturated with moisture. . thaw the fridge out completely . then use hair blower to dry the foam .dryit a lot then reassemble . it will happen again . but not for a while thanks tats a fix ya.
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I just ran into this problem this year. Is it very warm underneath your fridge? If you remove the cover in the back, you may find that you compressor is so hot you can't touch it. You can first try blowing out your cooling fins in the back of your fridge. A fan is connected to it and it should be next to the compressor. For my case that did not work. I then replaced the fan for the cooling fins and now my fridge works fine.
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