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Fridge losing cool

Our 8 year old amana fridge had a compressor replaced last year...now the fridge stopped cooling, but the freezer seems to be fine. I thought maybe the defrost timer failed, but then why does the freezer seem to be fine?

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Jim

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  • greensageco Dec 26, 2008

    smithbrother:



    yes, I suspect the fan is inop, as there is no airflow into the fridge, although there is cool airflow to the freezer. thanks



    Jim

  • greensageco Dec 27, 2008

    I found a snap connector that became disconnected...that connector runs the fan in the freezer to the fridge..the guy who replaced my compressor didn't snap it properly.....looks like things are find now... thanks



    JR

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Most fridges have a fan that bvlows the cool from the freezer section to the refrigerator section. Have you looked to see if the air is blowing into that section? 

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