Question about Frigidaire FGHB2844L (27.8 cu. ft.) French Door Refrigerator
Bottom freezer door handle loose. how to tighten
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
drip tray usually located at bottom of fridge at rear.sounds like defrost timer is no good,some models can be manually manipulated its located at bottom front panel or at back of fridge,if this is the case defrosting the fridge results in operation o.k. for a short period then gradually dying again
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
If the water is running down into the
refrigerator section, This usually means the drain is blocked. Look in
lower section at the top center ( you may have to remove control panel
to get access) remove the drain cup gentle with screw driver from each
side, clean , from under unit at the back locate the drainage tube,
having someone holding paper towel from were you removed the drain cup
blow into the tube to clear any blockage that might be in tube,
re-install drain cup.
This should clear water leakage problem. 2) Icemaker You may have 1 or a couple problems here. First problem may be the water valve may not be closing fully allowing a small amount of water to continually leak into the icemaker.
Solution Replace water valve
Second; The problem may also be with the freezers defrost thermostat, If this is the problem though it usually means your food is also freezer burnt, Means the unit when in the defrost cycle is staying on to long allowing to much heat to be generated in the freezer compartment.
Solution: Replace the defrost therostat
Posted on Sep 14, 2008
SOURCE: freezer door handle is loose
Usually those handles push directly up to come off the pegs. You really have to "lean in" to push the handle against the door and then try to slide it up. Once you get it off, you can tighten the studs (or whatever hook/clip thingy they came up with) and slide it back on.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
The bottom hinge needs slackening off, lift the edge of the door in place and retighten the hinge screws; if it's not that loose, a sharp tap with the heel of your hand may bring it back into line
Posted on Apr 24, 2012
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