Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have a failed component or components in your automatic defrost system. This is why you have excessive frost inside the freezer along the back wall. The timer could be stuck in run mode. The defrost thermostat (bi-metal) could be defective or the defrost heater could be open or shorted.
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
You have a defrost problem. You need to determine which one of the parts is faulty. The defrost timer on that model should be behind the kick plate in the center front underneath. If you turn the little knob by hand you will hear a load click when it gets to the defrost point and the unit should shut off. Check in the bottom of the freezer to listen for water sizzleing or for water running down. If it is the timer is not advancing and needs replaced. If not you will have to take the back off the inside of the freezer to see if it is the heater or the defrost thermostat. Unhook power before taking panel off or replacing any parts.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
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If there's an ice maker but you don't have water piped to it therefore and it can't work, try pulling the wire arm up that turns off the ice maker. It's down in the freezer, on the upper left freezer area.
I replaced my capacitor on my compressor before I noticed this. It's easy to drag something by it and bump it down.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
check to kake sure that you have not blocked the air inlet holes in on the back side of the freezer and that the door lights work on the freezer side.
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
The auto timer in your Fridge is faultly and is not defrosting in the eight hour cycle. There could also be any wire detached from corrosion inside/within the freezer compartment that gives wrong signals to the the thermostat. You will have to remove the inside cover to confirm.check the wires to the heater/ failure of the heater. In case you are not able to do the work have this in mind and look into what the technician responds. take an estimate and move on.Helpful? good day
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
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