Question about Frigidaire Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check the drain that is inside of the freezer compartment at the bottom. you may have to disssasemble the covers to get to it. if its clogged the water turns to ice real quick and blocks air to the refrigerator
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
Info relating specifically to the Frigidaire FRT18B5ABB:
1.Refrigerator unplugged remove the bottom back panel. (Access cover with label. The rectangular shaped panel on the back, at the bottom) Place the screws in a container.
Also remove the Kickplate Grille in the front, and the defrost pan.
2.Use the wand tip on your vacuum cleaner, and vacuum this area out. Pay special attention to the condenser coils, and the fan. Use care as you don't want to bend the fan blades. After you have vacuumed up as much as possible, see if your vacuum has where you can attach the hose to blow air through it. An air compressor, hose, and air nozzle would be REAL handy right now! Blow the condenser coils, and all areas clean of any gunk. (Hair, spider webs, etc.) If this is not feasible for you, you'll need some sort of long, thin, dust 'bunny', and have to dislodge this 'gunk' physically. Then vacuum.
3.BE SURE to replace the bottom back panel, (Access Cover)! It is a VERY necessary item! If your fridge doesn't have one at present, make a temporary one of cardboard, and tape it on. This access cover is needed.
If your refrigerator side is only cool, and your freezer is cold, you may have a problem with the Cold Control, (Temperature Control), or the Defrost Timer. (Timer-Defrost)
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
if he means temp sensor he is correct as they are foamed into the liner in manufacture you would destroy the liner to reach it however there are repair kits available for some models which bypass faulty sensor and allow it to run on ambient sensor you will need to check with bosch tech dept to verify this.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
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