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Freezer inner liner bulge

Inner liner of freezer bulges

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yes i have its from over foaming used to happen a lot in the old days are the poppins sounds when the compressor firsts cuts on if it is its from freon expansion and you can get a sound damping pad and put around the line's comming in to the evaporator

Posted on Jan 24, 2008

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Mitsubishi just got some bad capacitors and they end up running hot which cause them to bulge. If you are planning on doing the repair yourself I would suggest getting the service manual at the following link, as they will email it to you and they will also provide free tech support with an expert on that chassis and he will help you with the repair as special capacitors have to be installed and while your inside the set you should change any of the caps that are prone to failure. they know which ones they are and they can make the repair an easy one for you. Heres the link.
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Posted on May 31, 2008

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SOURCE: bottom radiator hose cold. upper radiator bulging.

The fan won't come on because the thermoswitch is in the bottom of the radiator, without coolant flow the switch never gets hot. Just because a part is new doesn't mean it is good, is the thermostat an aftermarket part ? I would take out the thermostat (leave the gasket) and see if the bottom hose gets warm. If the bottom hose does not get warm, you may have a blockage or bad water pump

Posted on Apr 18, 2009

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SOURCE: Battery door will not close anymore because battery is bulging

change the battery with a new one.

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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SOURCE: No picture, no sound, no bulging caps

need more info on tv ex plasma proj model yr manufact then i my be able to give u some accurate advice

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Inside rear panel bulging


Unplug the unit and take out all the drawers and remove the back (behind the drawers) panel carefully. (This back panel has foamy thermal insulation behind it and this will be probably be enmeshed with ice - you may have to wait awhile for this ice to melt before you can remove the panel, even after you have unscrewed it.
When you have got the back panel off, you will see a large solid block of ice, probably halfway up the cooling coils, right down to the bottom of the exposed space. You have to melt all this ice (I used a hair dryer to blow warm air onto the ice (have towels and a bucket ready to mop up the melted water, otherwise it will run over the floor. When you have melted all this ice, you will see a drain hole at the bottom of the exposed space. This will have ice in it and it must be cleared.
Then replace the back panel and all should be OK.
The panel bulges because ice/water is accumulating behind the panel, water, when it freezes, expands, forcing the panel forwards.
I reckon it's a Hotpoint Design fault. What is supposed to happen is that during the heating cycle, melted ice drops down from the cooling coils and down the drain hole onto a plate over the compressor unit, where it evaporates. BUT, during the cooling cycle, a fan circulates cold air from the cooling coils, through the entire unit, which includes the chamber behind the panel that is below the coils. Thus this chamber gets cold (-18 deg.C) so that water dripping down during the heating cycle is frozen before it has a chance to fall down the drain hole.
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Good day!!!!


please try to check if you have bulged on the top capacitors on the power supply board...


if you have bulged capacitors please replaced it only with the same type,ratings and value...


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Listen to see if the compressor is running. If it is, open the refrigerator side and turn the freezer control off, then back on, three times within six seconds. Did the compressor stop running? If not, the problem is very likely the adaptive defrost control board. Replace it.

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I think that your tyres are faulty as the volcanisation of the tyre is uneven. It will be good to show your tyre to the manufacturere or if the bike is new to the dealer for a replacement.
Once the tyre has bulged then it is softened on this section as it is uneven and can be dangeorus.
You can use within the bulge area an inner casing but this will make the tyre unbalance and the riding will be diffficult. So dont attempt this method.
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