Question about Whirlpool Refrigerators
My concern is I bought this refrigerator knowing it is more expensive than other brand and expecting for trouble free satisfactions.The wa
y I see to the trend of trouble diagnosis of my unit it seems that far more repairs is expected? just asking what is your best advice on this matter.
12/27/2007 sjb # 20014/ RAPID RESPOSE APPLIACE SERVICES CENTER Trouble diagnose-weak cooling/fan motorevaporator(stock up) check up fee P 385.00 paid.
12/28/2007 sjb#20019/RAPID RESPONSE APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER REPLACE FAN MOTOR P 1200 paid
labor P 440 paid
04/16/2008 sjb# 20756/RAPID RESPONSE APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER trouble diagnose- motor loose compression for 5 yrs warranty replacement of motor. forgotten amt. paid for labor.
06/10/2008 sjb#21131/RAPID RESPONSE APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER DISACHARGE LINE W/ LEAK
diagnose for reprocess.
07/18/2008 sjb# 21367/RAPID RESPONSE APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER REPROCESS UNIT
remarks unit ok.
12/22/2008 sjb# 22612/ RAPID REPONSE APPLIANCE SERVICE CENTER diagnose clogged at CAPILLARY SUCTION TUBE parts free estimated labor P1,500.00
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Capillary tube replacement
The True TSSU-60-16 uses an oversized (134A) refrigeration system with air flow directed at the pans.... if the capillary tube is plugged it will NOT cool at all.. most of the time a restriction (plug) is at the drier where the capillary tube goes into it.. as it is smallest passage in the system...hope it helps
Posted on Sep 02, 2008
its really just up to you. I am a service tech in grants pass oregon and i know compressors dont last anymore. Its because in the last 10 years they have switched from r12 freon to 134a. 134a has higher head pressures which make the compressor go out. If the compressor warranty isnt too much money i would do that warranty. You dont really need the others.
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
Just had this problem a few weeks ago. tube from freezer was frozen solid 1-2 feet down from the freezer. Empty EVERYTHING out of the the Fridge and the freezer into coolers or other suitable 2-4hr container(s). Unplug the unit and use a hair blow dryer on the coolest warm setting. If it's too hot it may melt plastic or styrofoam parts. As long as long as you have everything out and it's going to be at room temperature for a while, why not clean it totally out with fantastic or your favorite cleaner. Once your sure the clog is gone from the tube, put it all back together, plug it in and stop being a slob and keep it clean!!!! hehehehehehe
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
Could run as high as $800, material and labor. Tech providing service must have manufacturer OK if he is not a factory authorized rep. Since Haier is Canadian, that could be hard to find in the US. Tech must also be EPA certified to handle refrigerant. If you are not CERTAIN it is the compressor, also check the start relay/overload and capacitor. Same symptom but cheaper, easier fix.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
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