Question about LG LFX25960ST Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator
LG Bottom Freezer Refrigerator model LFX25960ST.
We moved the frig into this house & hooked it up. It worked fine overnight. Later the next morning the refrigerator quit working. The freezer is still working fine. We've tried unplugging and re-plugging the cord. It will work from a few minutes, but then stops working, even the inside refrigerator light goes out (nope it's not the bulb). The alarm will continue to sound until we turn the alarm off (yep, the doors are closed). Any help will be appreciated.
Glenn & Cathie
Sounds like when you moved it you created an air lock, when moving fridges etc. should always leave for 24 hrs to settle before plugging in.... , no guarantee but try laying it down and leaving overnight then stand it up again and leave for at least 24 hrs for the refrigerant to try and sort itself out. UNPLUGGED from mains of course... good luck
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ff is fresh food may be the ff thermisor but i would first check the freezer back wall is it frosted up can you hear the fan in the freezer blowing the air up to the ff section
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
The problem is with the main motherboard. It needs to be replaced along with the light socekt assembly. The new assembly has a temperature sensor that will cutoff power to the lights if it happens again.
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Posted on Oct 05, 2008
SOURCE: Interior light bulbs stay on?
There is a switch on the inside of your frige that has gone bad. The switch is a slide type switch so when you open or close the door it makes the switch slide in and out, making the light come on and off. You need to write down the make and model # of your refrigerator and order a new switch either from the manufacturer or from the place you bought it. Once you have the new switch, unplug the refrigerator, take a flat head screw driver and gently pry the switch from the interior face, pull the two wires off and replace the old switch with the new. The switch is very inexpensive and very easy to replace. Calling a service technician out to do this could cost you more than you expect. If you are not very "mechanicaly enclinded" then just order the switch and have a brother, neihbor, or someone that is mechanicaly savy come over and fix it for you. It should not even take 5 minutes. ;-)
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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