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Re: The refriderator door was not shut right and now the...
The blinking light came on because the temperature was above the ideal temperatures ideal is 37 --42 degrees by now you probably got the light to go off.i thought i was out of that in my own house after my children grew up. now i have it again my grandchildren and daughter moved and they sneak treats out of the freezor which is down stairs next to their bedrooms
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Try defrosting entire unit. Put all food, freezer and refrigerator sides in coolers with ice. Unplug unit and wait at least 24 hours for unit to completely defrost, if neccessary open doors, plug unit back in and see how unit functions. By doing this lines that carry freon should become unclogged.
New Refrigerator / Freezer usually takes up to 12 hours to get the food down to temp and the inside air temps to stabilize...
Now, try explaining that to a BSN who is required to take hourly temp readings on a refrigerator and just loaded it half full of warm soft drinks and is opening and closing the door repeatedly retrieving supplies.
You lower the temp to "suit" (shut 'er up) and tomorrow they're calling you back because it's too cold...
A defrost system problem could be preventing the refrigerator from cooling properly. If you do see excessive frost on the evaporator in the freezer, you may be able to restore proper cooling in the refrigerator by storing your food in an ice chest and then shutting off the refrigerator/freezer and letting the unit completely defrost for about 24 hours. Leave the doors open for air circulation. After the frost on the evaporator has defrosted, plug the unit back in and see if the refrigerator and freezer will cool properly.
If there is still same problem then you need to replace evaporator fan.
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your damper vent door located between the freezer and fridge sections is either broken or frozen shut and not letting cold air in from the freezer to cool the refrige,also make sure the damper door fan is operating and pushing in cold air too
this is a design fault on the appliance normally caused by the failure of the element and built up of ice around the circulating fan (the humming is the fan motor trying to turn ) youll find that if you defrost it it will work for a little while and then ice up again the need to replace a panel inside the fridge modified and a couple of sensors and poss the heater element