The message on the door keeps saying "Clean" but we don't have a manual to fix this problem. Fridge was leaking water but that seems okay at the moment, but the fridge keeps running constantly and not getting very cold, although the freezer is freezing ice block okay.
JUst want to know how do we get this clean message off.
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1:Check your door seals(damage door seals causes fridge to suck humidity into the fridge causing it to ice up to much and then the pan type humidifier at the back of the bottom of the fridge can evaporate the water fast enough causing an over flow).
2:If door seals aren't damage I would say at this moment its cold where you live and it would also cause high humidity and there for your thermostat should be set to min:2 and max:3 your choice and try to prevent opening the door to much or keeping it open for 2 long.
3:Ievel the fridge ensure that its level.
4:If the problem still occur let me know.
All depends on how much water is collecting. A lot of water indicated a leak from the ice maker. A small amount and it's probably a clogged condensate drain. Here's a YouTube video on a different brand showing a clogged drain, your may be similar (or not), but it might give you an idea as to where to look. Refrigerator dripping water inside FIX
Your looking for a water leak and what you have is a air leak. One of the doors are not sealing right. Check the door gaskets for a good seal, clean the edge of any dust. Also pull the fridge out from the wall good remove the rear cover and vacuum out the coil on the bottom. Having a good clean coil helps to evaporate the watter in the pan. If not enough air flow over the coil the pan may stay full longer. Humid air gets pulled into the fridge thru the door seals and during defrost drips into the pan, where the heat from the bottom coil helps to evaporate that water. Other causes are too many door openings, keep that freezer door closed as much as possable in the heat of the day.
You need to clean your coils - that is why your refrigerator is not cooling as well as it used to and will also solve the clean light. Whether they are underneath unit by taking off the kick plate or behind it is the same problem.
This should be done every 6 months (or more if dusty enviroment) to keep the problem was reoccuring. The brush accessory tool of a vacuum works best usually.