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Re: Temperature is rising up to +10Centigrade to bottom...
Defrost the unit completely. This could be a freeze up. Ice has blocked all of the air channels and likely jammed your fans. Minimize opening the unit, in general. Don't allow large amounts of liquids to evaporate in the unit. If this doesn't provide a permanent solution you have either low gas or a bad defrost system. Both usually require a tech to fix.
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If your refrigerator has an electronic control board, this could be the problem (fresh food compartment control on the board). Or there may be a problem with the damper assembly that opens and closes allowing cold air from the freezer compartment (if available on your particular model). In either case, consult an appliance service company.
The temperature would charge due to change of cycles in the refrigerator operation. For example, the temperature would slowly rise if the compressor has shut off. Also, the temperature would rise significantly during the defrost process. A heater is activated at the evaporator coil to thaw the ice that forms there. This heat would transfer to the freezer unit and would cause the temperature to go up.
As long as the cycles are constant, and the temperature does not rise significantly and keep rising for a long period, there is no problem.
most common problem is the defrost timer motor,it tells the fridge to de ice ,about every 10 hrs or so,if it gets stuck or burns out your evaporator will be a block of ice ,and the fan blowing on it wont transfer cold air,look in the bottom of the fridge by the compressor,
first of all, check to make sure your fan is working, also check the inside compartment for the damper should be open when your rise or lower the temperature settings on your dial. when you rise your temperature dial to 5 you should feel air flow coming out of the damper, if not check to make sure that the evaporator fan is working first, if it is than check the damper door should be open sometime this damper door gets stuck on something or they break off.
My husband left the freezer door open a couple of months ago, causing ice to form. The loud rattling noise was the fan hitting the ice. The reason why the temperature started to rise but the noise stopped was because the fan had got stuck in a block of ice and was no longer working. Simple solution - defrost the freezer for 24 hours. Touch wood, it is all working fine now!