Hi. The plumbers were trying to shut off the power but instead one electrified the other 5 times. They were just turning off and on the circuit breaker and the refrigerator doesn't work. We checked the dials, good. We plugged it in tight, good. Plug in to another outlet, good. The lights work inside, good. But in the back it seems to make a small humming noise. It does not get things cool and we feel a little wind. It doesnt hum like it used to. Now, In the freezer side it is making frost.
Can it be the compressor or a fuse that blew out in the unit? help!
This fridge could be on defrost but more than likely it needs to stay unpluged in for about 1 to 2 hours so the compressor can cool off.
if it were in defrost the timer will keep it off for about 20 to 30 minutes.
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Re: Frigidaire FRS2345AB9 Not Getting Cold Enough
Check the fan in the freezer side to make sure it is running. If the fan is running and you have frost, then you have a defrost problem, Heater is not coming on to melt ice. If fan is not running replace fan.
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I understand the fan is not running in the freezer portion of your Frigidaire refrigerator, model# FRT21P5A. I see that the freezer is getting cold but the fan does not circulate the cold air. I suggest resetting your appliance, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 3-5 minutes. Turn the power back on and listen for the fan to circulate the air. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your appliances status has changed successfully.
He put the wrong faucet in the cold-water side.. There may be a way to change the direction without changing the faucet... but, if there is, I don't know about it... I think you need to make the plumber come back and fix it right.. I had that problem in my shower after a plumber worked on it.. I almost burned myself to death trying to adjust the temperature.
Its a tankless heater. It will heat water as long as it senses a large enough flow of water. Either the flow sensor is bad, or not sensitive enough, or you are using less water than it is set to work at. Try keeping a large flow running. Instead of a trickle, shut it off entirely.
You may need a circulating pump but I can't explain why it was fine before and not now. What I would do is turn the supply off to the water heater along with the power, remove the outlet supply. Open all hot side faucets in the home, using compressed air blow through the pipes if the air comes back at you, then there is a blockage before the hot manifold. If air moves, shut one faucet off at a time to try and determine where the culprit is. I don't know what else to tell you other than that. If air moves through the faucet every time, then you may want to put a circulating pump on. The only other expination is that when they repaired the pipe, some debris or eccess solder is blocking the hot supply. I have seen rocks in units as well. Because of the fix, you may want to take apart each faucet in the house and using a flashlight, look in the hot supply side to see if you can find any debris in those as well. Its not unusual after a repair, to have debris caught in them. Hopefull this helps.
Your question is: Your GErefrigerator does not seem to be cooling as before. You turned up the temperature control from 5 to 7 and also the freezer control higher, but it still doesn't seem to be cold enough. You don't want to lose all your food especially in the freezer What can you do? The model number is: TFX22PRX
First, make sure the power is on. Then listen for the compressor motor. If you don't hear it then you have a compressor failure or an electrical failure inside. If you can then look to a bad thermostat. In the mean time get everything into coolers or neighbor"s fridg.
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