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may need to have your frige recharged or neeed a new fan. does the fan sqeal when it turns? if so the bearings are going out. if it doesnt and your frige isnt staying cool then the fan motor may need to b replaced or the frige might need recharging. if it runs just fine and no noise i wouldnt worry about it
If you have a water filter, the filter might be too old and plugged. If you've replaced the filter or don't have one, I would check the water supply to the frige. You might have a kinked line. Also if you used a self piercing saddle valve on your plumbing supply it may be blocked. You would need to turn the water off to the house and replace it with a saddle valve that would require you to drill a hole in the water supply line. Also most friges have a tank in the frige to keep the water cold. If the frige is too cold it could freeze the tank. The average frige temp should be 35-36 deg.
all working fine now, i took everything out of the freezer and turnerd it off for an hour then i cleaned it out and hoovered round the back and swiched it back on and straight away it was blowing freezing cold air, its still going now so i think its ok! thanks.
Sounds like the compressor has gone out. Unless you can find a slightly more powerful starter capacitor that will be compatable. But then again, how long will that last you? My thought is, either have the compressor replaced or buy a new refrigerator. I am sorry for the bad news.
Typically the freezer air is circulated into the frige area to provide cooling. If the circ. fan is not working or the air ducts/channels/dampers are blocked with ice, food, etc. then no cool air will get from the freezer to the frige area. Check all the air channels and to see if the dampers are open along with the circulation fan running. The diagrams at the following link should help you see inside better. If your lower circulation fan is running then you likely have an air return/supply channel blocked with ice and will require an old style defrost (unplug unit and leave doors open for 24 hours to melt ice, etc.). If the fan isn't running then that needs to be replaced. Air channels can freeze up if a door is left open slightly overnight or other moisture enters the freezer/frige.