Question about Traulsen Refrigerators
Traulsen model # URS 36 DT serial # M252190 7L
We need Date of Manufacture.
I called Traulsen with your model and serial # and was able to ID the manufacture date, Oct 4, 1989.
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Posted on Jan 03, 2014
SOURCE: Freezer works fine, fridge quit
I attempted to locate an answer to resolve the issue for you, but you have not provided me with enough information to access my service database. Based on your description of the issue, however, I will provide a genric answer. If the freezer is working fine then we must assume that none of the cold air is being distributed to the fresh food, (F.F.) compartment. This is accomplished by a fan in the freezer compartment blowing the cold air into the F.F. compartment. Inspect this fan to see if it is operational.(You may have to push in on the door switch to get it to operate). This switch could also be a suspect!
This airflow is controlled by 1. a damper control that mechanically adjusts to change the amount of airflow, and thusly the temperature.
2. An adjustable control that is human ccontrolled and does adjust itself.
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Posted on Jun 19, 2008
Hi!!! Your drain line is plugg, also there might be some dirt plugged so remove the evaporator panel are clean the drain line..
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
Most likely your defrost condensate drain in the rear of your freeze is frozen over. I have put together a long page on the link below. Little too much about leaks in refrigerators and how to solve the problem to fit this page. Choose the part that applies most to your situation and let me know how I may help you resolve yours. I'll be here if you need so click on the link below, Thanks, Sea Breeze
HOW TO FIX A DRAIN LEAK INSIDE REFRIGERATOR AND FREEZER PART 2
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
It really sounds like the defrost timer is staying on all the time.Have the timer checked.This must be a on going problem with this brand,I am getting a lot of them.So many things could be the problem,but the defrost timer is what really stands out,the defrost timer,does just that,it defrost only a certain short period of time,or it is supposed to.That is how you get frost free.If I can help any more please ask,but have the defrost imer checked ,or replaced.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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