Question about Kenmore 73502 / 73504 / 73509 Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there is a problem with the compressor realy. it is mounted to the side of the compressor and when the coils get plugged with lint they will overheat and short out.
clean the coils and remove the relay, a white box looking device and shake it in you hand, if it rattles or has pieces coming out of it, then it is bad and should be replaced.
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
its possible that the drain pan behind the back freezer wall is clogged or coverd with ice, sounds like when unit goes into defrost melt water leaks under sides of drain pan and into fridge. unplug and remove back freezer wall if drain is covered with ice defrost the ice, can be prevented by loosely coiling a piece of solid copper wire around element and into drain slightly radiant heat during defrost should keep drain fromicing over. if drain is just clogged wth debris clean drain and you should be good to go, hope this helps you.
Posted on Mar 14, 2009
SOURCE: fridge not cooling
Is there any frost buld up in freezer compartment?Is your freezer fan running?Need more info You may have a freezing issue you will need to leave doors open over night to make sure it is free of ice .Plug it in in the am and see if it works if it does then it froze up.And will need to replace part .Need more info to let you know what it may be Good luck:)
Posted on May 10, 2009
Hi: When this happens it means that there is frost built up in the back of the refrigerator. You are having an issue with the defrost heater or the defrost timer. There is an off chance the refrigerator's freezer is over packed with food and there is no circulation. If you're handy empty the fridge and take a hair dryer to the back wall to melt away the frost from behind. Look at the heater. A glass tube with a wire coil running through it. If the coil is broken, replace it. If not you will be looking at a defrost timer. Usually on a circuit board and expensive. Good Luck, Jeff
Posted on May 31, 2009
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