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It is drawing more amperage because it is working harder. A dirty evaporator coil or blocking the inside evaporator can do this. Vacuum under and behind the frig and clear out the inside of the frig where the fan is.
Either your condenser fan motor is bad or you're coils are dirty....take the back panel off in rear of frig....look at the fan motor if the blade isn't turning try to turn it with your finger....it may start up...if it is running then look at your coils...if they are dirty vacuum them or or if you have a shop vac then blow them out it works better but is messier....hope this helps....
it means it's too darn warn in side the frig . or freezer .. ck the coils underneath and the fans . make sure they work . coils may be dirty .. mm hope this may help . feed back pls .. need moder # too give best help ..
It may be a refrigerant leak in the coil and it will stop working soon. When this happens it's time for a new box. 15 years is a good run. A new coil could cost as much as a new frig and that's without labor cost. I hope this helps
If the freezer is staying cold it sounds like a defrost system problem. A bad timer, heater or thermostat can cause frost to build up on the coils and block air flow to the refrig side. Check out ACMEHowTo.com for troubleshooting the defroster problem.
There is a small duct between the freezer and refrigerator side if this is blocked the frig side won't cool.
if there is ice build up you have a defrost problem. either the heater bimetal thermostat timer or evap fan could be bad. you could also have a stopped up drain. if the coils get too much ice build up the air wont beable to travel through them and the bad air flow will cause the fridge to become warmer