Question about Maytag MZD2766GES Side by Side Refrigerator
Could be your evaporator fan which is located in freezer.If you dont hear it blowing when compressor is running then it is evap. fan motor.if you see alot of frost building up on back panel inside freezer then you have a defrost problem.check heater and thermostat to see if they are good or bad.the thermostat will usually pop apart but not always it is located at the top in back of freezer on coils.it will have two wires going to it.good luck.and unplug first.
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