Question about Refrigerators
There is a defrost timer located inside your frig. When you open the door you will see a small housing on the top now look for a opening that has a screw driver flat blade looking switch. Take a flat screw driver and turn until you hear a click. That should be defrost cycle now wait 30 minutes and take note of the position of the screw you had moved earlier. If it has not moved the timer is bad and will need to be replaced. This is a old trick we do in the field to move into defrost and see if it was stuck or needs to be replaced. More then likely will need a new defrost timer. let me know how it all turns out. ken
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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