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My machine's cycle won't start. Lights all come on but there is a lock symbol which keeps flashing, bottom left of screen. ? the door but no matter how 'positively' I shut it - it doesn't go off.

the door 'interlock' has failed

it heats up to seal a door
when it cools down it opens
{either a bimetal switch and coil or a thermister and coil}
replace the door interlock
two screws and a plug ...

isolate mains supply and water
open the door
take the top off {slide two screws}
take the two screws out of the door catch machine side
reach down and unclip the interlock
pull the plug
put a new one
and replace the screws
check the door catches ok
if so
plug it in
place it to drain and spin
one the spin completes your sorted
and its a common fault

Apr 28, 2015 | Washing Machines

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Cleaning & Maintenance

From general experience (I'm 55) : Depends on where the heat transfer coils are; on the back or the bottom or both. If on the Back: should be cleaned with a brush & vacuum at least every 3-6 months. If on the bottom, about every 2-6 months. Bottom coils can usually be accessed from the front by opening the door/ removing drawers and pulling off an access cover. Bottom coils also usually have a Fan that can get clogged with dust/ mice(Yes! Mice.) that hurts the performance also. May have to pull it out and remove a back cover. For the rest, Check the condition of the door seals and replace any that are not completely closing. Keep the seal surfaces and the insides clean. Defrost regularly (every1 to 2 months) to prevent ice buildup. Some units also have interior fans, that are supposed to function when the unit is attemting to cool.

Mar 25, 2012 | Samsung RF265AA Bottom Freezer French Door...

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The refrigerator stays at 47 degrees but the bottom compartments freeze

You have a defrost problem. A blockage of frost in the freezer prevents air flow over the cooling coils there, allowing very cold air to migrate back into the bottom of the refrigerator section. Unload the freezer and remove the back wall, melt the frost off the coils with a hair blower, and check to see if the defrost heater at the bottom of the coils is burnt out. If heater is OK, replace the 1.5 inch long white thermistor located at the very top of the cooling coils.

Feb 12, 2011 | GE Profile 25.6 Cu. Ft. Side-by-Side...

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The pan underneath keeps filling up with water and over flowing. I can't find a leak anywhere

Your looking for a water leak and what you have is a air leak. One of the doors are not sealing right. Check the door gaskets for a good seal, clean the edge of any dust. Also pull the fridge out from the wall good remove the rear cover and vacuum out the coil on the bottom. Having a good clean coil helps to evaporate the watter in the pan. If not enough air flow over the coil the pan may stay full longer. Humid air gets pulled into the fridge thru the door seals and during defrost drips into the pan, where the heat from the bottom coil helps to evaporate that water. Other causes are too many door openings, keep that freezer door closed as much as possable in the heat of the day.

Aug 29, 2010 | Kenmore Refrigerators

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I have Roper Mod. RT188KXJW00 @-door freez/refrig. but bottom won't stay cold enough unless I set unit to run very cold. Anything wrong? Also, I woul'd like " Manual".

First off all check that both the doors are properly closed.If the doors are not closing properly then the unit will not get cold.Other thing to check is the door seals.If the door seals are worn out then it needs to be re-adjusted or replaced if it looks improper.But if both the door seals and door is proper then the other thing to check is the evaporator coils.In the unit there is evaporator coil.If the ice is got overfreezed in the evaporator coil then the bottom unit will not get cold but the upper unit will get over cooled.In this problem the unit needs to be unplugged from power and defrosted for at least 24 hours minimum.This will help.But if defrosting does not make any difference then other electrical parts such as compressor,compressor relay,and compressor fan needs to be checked.
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Jun 07, 2010 | Roper Refrigerators

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Hot strip between doors

First , remove the bottom kick plate , and vacuum the coils . They have to be clean of dust , lint , pet hair , etc . Then pull the refrig out , and remove the lower panel , to expose the compressor and cooling fan . This fan HAS to be working , to cool the compressor AND the coils . If not running ( fan ) , check for an obstruction of paper , insulation , etc , and remove the cause . If not being obstructed , and not running , replace the fan motor . Afterwards , be sure to reinstall the back panel , as this panel , helps pull the airflow across the coils , and compressor . The strip between the doors , has part of the coils behind it , and will get hot , if the coils in front are dirty , or , the fan behind the refrig is not working .

Dec 04, 2009 | Whirlpool Refrigerators

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Gas valve coil

remove the two screws onder the dryer lint cover
slide a putty knife between top and cabinet
should feel a clip on each side,, just push in and pop it up
once the top is up on each side about an inch down where the front lips the sides you will see a 5/16 screw remove those
list the door up off the bottom dogs turn to the right and out of your way, carefull of the wires thats the door switch.
look right in front on the bottom to the right
there is your gas valve and coils
as you can see they are held down by two philips screws remove those and remove the cover
care ful to mark the nodes on the coils on has two one has three
replace one at a time makeing sure the orientation is correct,, two up three down whatever you had
back your way out of the machine your edaone

Oct 04, 2009 | Kenmore Dryers

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Coil fan will not run.

Replace the master control circuit board on the rear of the fridge.

Jun 22, 2009 | GE Profile Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator...

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Always running

depending on the model of ref that you have, coils are accessible front bottom by removing the kick plate, (either screws or clips into place) or its available by removing the bottom plate (metal or cardboard) located on the bottom of the back of the outside of the unit. If the coils are really dirty, clean them and this should resolve the problem, if they are clean, check for excessive frost build up in the freezer section on the back panel indicative of a possible defrost problem, or broken door seal. If defrost problem is present, check defrost thermostat for continuity, if open replace, check heater for same, if open replace. Check defrost timer for proper operation, if faulty, replace as needed. Testing procedures will vary with model. Consult your schematic for proper testing procedures, or call a service tech if you don't feel comfortable with do-it-yourself repair. If the door seal is bad, replace as needed.

May 12, 2009 | GE GSS20IEP Side by Side Refrigerator

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Ice dumps into the drawer but, sticks to the dispenser coil

The heater on the bottom of the ice maker is probable not comming on and warming the ice so it can be dumped. Some icemakers are rebuildable and you can replace the element, some arent.

May 12, 2009 | Maytag MFI2266AES Stainless Steel Bottom...

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