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is there a grill insert if so remove
is condensor clean (front a/c rad) clean with garden hose pressure
are fins of condensor folded over (they can be comb back to shape)
is engine cooling fan working when engine hot rev engine and look at fan
to see if fan responds to engine rpm properly
if fans electric check to see if power is there when a/c is switch on
should go on immidiatley with a/c switch on
I had the same problem on a WTE8630SGB. There are six plastic insert/clips and I removed the grille panel by lying the machine on its back to get to the underside. Each plastic clip has three fingers and the middle one rotates to release - you are is supposed to be able to press the middle fingers one's lever arm - but it invariably breaks off before rotating enough to release - so i used a very fine screwdriver to prise the middle finger away from its release. One still snapped as the plastic is so brittle. Prise or rotate the bottom three and the top three hinge away. In my my 4 yr old machine there a little fluff build up on the impeller centre and on the (rather strange) cowl lining but on balance don't think it was worth the trouble of removing the grille!
Alano, Chelmsford UK
Refgriderators loose some of there cooling capacity if the condensor coils are not kept clean .To clean the coils pull out the fridge, remove the front and back bottom grill and vacoom or blow all the lint off the grills.If blowing out ,it can get messy.I usually put the vacuum in the back,cover the rest of the opening with a towel and use air to blow from the front.Hope this helps if so please give us a 4 thumbs up. THANKS
a leak from a condensate dryer is probably coming form the condensor itself, have you taken out the condensor and cleaned it lately, if so check the resivor where the condensed water is supposed to be collecting, have you emptied that?? perhaps it wasnt put back in properly???