Question about Kenmore Elite Side By Side Refrigerator - White
The food seemed warm last night so I put a thermometer in and it said 50, i turned it down a notch and this morning it still says 50. I found ice blocking the drain in the freezer and defrosted that, still isn't cooling. Last night I could feel some air coming through the vent at the top of the fridge, this morning I don't feel any.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After you taken the back panel off and see a lot of ice forming on the coil before you use your hairdryer you should locate the timer and turn the center of the timer manually into defrost cycle. If you can see or hear the ice melting then your problem is the timer defective. Change the timer and that is all. But if it doesn't do anything then you will need a little bit more on electrical knowledge to deal with the rest on defrost temperature control and the element itself. Hope this help, God Bless.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
SOURCE: Kenmore Freezer Model 23041
I have an upright freezer which temp was unstable. The coils were frosted up, and the circulating fan was unable to pull air across the cooling fins.I defrosted the unit, cleaned it up, and turned it back on. Worked fine until it frosted up again. The unit was a no frost model. I had to have it serviced, and one of the defrost sensors was bad. No problems since this was fixed.
Posted on Aug 13, 2007
Posted on Jul 12, 2008
SOURCE: freezer problem
Dear it depends upon the temperature settled, but i think that the problem is with the gas leakage in your freezer, thats why it cooling is geting week, so , it is better to call a mechanic to check it properly.
Posted on May 25, 2009
This is normal. The condenser coils on freezers are typically located in the walls.
The refrigerator in your kitchen has condenser coils that are hot either under the frig or on the back. Freezers do not need as much heat transfer on the coils with the air so they put them in the walls, it is called a warm wall condenser. It may even feel hot to the touch if you happen to feel it near the end of a cooling cycle. It will be the warmest close to the compressor and cool off at it makes it around the cabinet down to the other side.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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