Question about Refrigerators
My freezer is fine (ice is frozen) but the refrigerator is not cold as it should be (milk is clumpy) I've already vacuumed all dust and looked behind the panel inside at the top. I found that the refrigerator either has no fan or the fan is not working. The only cold air is coming from the freezer side, through the channel. Do I need to remove the entire panel to find a bad fan behind it? What should I be doing to fix this? Thank you.
If the evaporator fan isn`t working, the frig will not circulate the cold air needed from the freezer to the fresh food compartment. You will need to remove the panel and check for ice around the fan. Make sure it can turn free. If it isn`t blocked and you can turn it freely and there is voltage going to it, the fan motor has gone bad and needs to be replaced if there.
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