Question about Refrigerators
I HAVE THE ABOVE REFRIDGERATOR AND HAVE THE PARTS TO INSTALL THE DOORS BUT NEED TO KNOW HOW TO INSTALL THEM A DIAGRAM WOULD HELP. THANKS PAT HOLMES
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
PJ, as long as you don't have any shelves preventing the door from closing, it probably is the cam that sits on the bottom of the refrigerator door. In order to change it out you will have to remove the entire refer side door. Lay it down and replace the cams on the bottom. I don't have a model number here so I can't give you a part number. You will have to remove the top hinge and the door will lift up and off. Then replace the cams, you will be able to see how they go on when you take the door off. Before anything check to see that the door is aligned ok. You have some adjustmet on the top hinge. You also have some adjustment by raising and lowering the front wheels. You can also try lubing the cam that is on there now....Catriver.
Posted on Oct 10, 2007
Ill be glad to shed some light on this for and stand behind this as I too am a Factory authorized dealer. These units did come with faulty compressors failing about 80% of the time. What happens is the compressors get worn and stop starting properly. You can make them work temporarily by installing a 3n1 (basically makes the compressor have more starting torque). However they eventually get so worn that even a 3n1 cant start it. Ive never read any bulletins from any major company (Frigidaire used this same compressor) saying a 3n1 voids warranty. It certainly didnt damage the compressor it was already damaged when the tech installed the 3n1. Also these compressors are failing at such a high rate its not even questionable that the 3n1 damaged anything. Honestly it really sounds to me like the tech is nit-picking not wanting to do the labor intensive job of changing the compressor. He may not even be able to. Also the new compressor should be a 8201555 (I just did one this afternoon ---thats how common this is) and its a much more reliable Embraco compressor. Once its installed you should have no more compressor issues for many years. Feel free to have anyone who questions my solution to call anytime 850-510-9563 (Joey Shearer, Precision Appliance, Tallahassee, FL)
Posted on Jan 15, 2008
sounds like a leak where your incoming water line hooks to the water valves might just need to tighten the coupling or a mouse has chewed through one or both of the lines access the lines on the back and watch while some one gets water out the door to locate the leak
Posted on Feb 11, 2008
Sounds familiar. I saw this thread this afternoon while trying to clean my own oven window. My sense is it is definitely a design flaw. It's just too easy to drip something down the top door vents onto the inside of the multiple glass panes.
Here's what I did. I removed the door, following the manual instructions. Open the door to 1/4 and lift it up. Then I put it down on a soft surface and started removing screws until it came apart. It wasn't too complicated though it took some time. Be sure to keep track of your screws as you do this as there are a few different kinds.
Posted on Aug 12, 2008
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