My double side ref is not cooling good on the refrigerator side the ice side works good but the ref is causing my food to thaw or go bad both knobs are in default 4. here is my e-mail hopefully you can help sove my problem thanks Master T. email@example.com
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I would like to guess your compressor is not running and this is the cause. If your comporessor has a relay on it, that's where I would look. Remove the back lower cover, put your hand on the compressor, if working correctly it should be about 120 degrees. Do you hear a clicking noise? If so it's the relay to the compressor clicking out on the overload. Good luck
check and clean the condenser coil under the ref , remove the back to the ref if the compressor is real hot you need to put a fan behind the ref for a couple of hours until the compressor cools down then plug it back in.
It's likely the condensate drain is plugged. You can access it from the back of the refrigerator. You can disconnect from the inside of the fridge and blow it out to ensure it is not blocked, then reconnect.
1. Get the Food out of the Ref and Freezer. Unplug the power cord from the wall. 2. The cooling coil is in the back wall of the freezer side. Working from inside the Freezer. 3. Remove the back plastic cover to expose the cooling coil. It's called the Evaporator coil. 4. Use a hair dryer to melt all ice off the coil. 5. Put it back together. It should work for 3 - 5 days now at least. 6. Put a thermometer in there. After 24 hrs. the freezer should be 0 to 10 degrees F. and the Ref. side 37 to 44 degree F. 7. Check the door gaskets for tight fit, using a dollar bill for a gauge. Shut the door on the dollar and try to pull it out in several places.
If it ices up again in a week or two, you have a defrost heater problem. There is a electric heat strip around the cooling coil. This heat strip comes on about 10 minutes every 8 or 10 hours. This heater melts the ice off the coil. There is a clock timer device under the ref. that cycles the heat strip. You may have a bad clock, fuse device or burned out defrost heater strip. The cooling coil must be ice free to work properly.
this is normal this is the mulliion heater , it is a loop of tubing from the high side of the condenser it is used to keep moisture from forming between the doors of the ref, cool it will not be
but is cool how the manufacture thought about doing this