Question about Whirlpool 25.6 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator with In-Door-Ice Dispensing System
I am having a problem with a Whirlpool Referigator Side by Side M/N - ED25Q FXHW00 , S/N- SK0143090. The problem goes something like this. The refrigerator and freezer will work properly for several days in a row. Then it will be found not running and the ice in the freezer starting to melt. The problem can seemingly be corrected by turning the thermostat (cold control) to the off position. And then returning it to its normal setting. At this time the refrigerator will kick on and start running and will once again work properly until the next time it is found off and ice melting in the freezer. This same scenario has been going on for many weeks now and the problem does not seem to get any better or any worse. At first thought it would appear the that the cold control is defective, however, if that is the case. Why will it work for several days in a row as it should, and then shut off and not restart? Is this a constant cut in type thermostat and could this have anything to do with the problem? Can you propose a possible solution or solutions with an explanation as to what is occurring here.
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Sounds as if the auto defrost circuit is malfunctioning.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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