Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Possibly the water valve (also known as a solenoid valve) on the back of of your refeer has gone ka-put. It is easy to find and spot. The water line from your source (out of the wall) goes to this valve. If it is not operating, you will get no water supply thru that line into your dispenser or your ice-maker unit. No water in means no water and no ice out. This is a pretty simple fix you can do yourself. The part is reasonably priced. Get the model number of your refrigerator off the door and contact your local distributor for your brand. Make sure you turn your water off at the wall, or house, before you start taking that plumbing line apart. Otherwise, get yourself a surfboard and lay in a good supply of paper towels. Take your time and unplug your unit from the wall to be on the safe side...
Posted on Mar 06, 2008
fill the ice maker with water manually, if you have ice in the bucket you know that the ice maker is working , after check the water valve if is opening , if it is replace main board
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
SOURCE: I have an leisure HJA6100
how full is it? if the vents are blocked this will cause the freezer to not cool enough. what is the temp ? second the defrost timer or the element may not be working this will cause the evapator coils to get clogged with ice therefore hampering airflow. third the cold control it is a thermostat sensor that tells the compressor to start the cooling. how's the fridge ? The fridge should be aboult 40 degrees +or- 5 degrees and freezer around zero if working correctly. the defrost timer is located somewhere around the cold control. there should (if a mechanical timer) be a small hole about the size of the tip of your pinky just inside that hole is a small plastic nub. you should be able to turn it if you find it try a small phillips head screwdriver to turn try both ways. if you hear a sound like winding a clock and then what sounds like a clock running at anypoint you have found it. what this does is it shuts down the cooling and activates a small electric heat strip in the freezer to melt the ice that collects on the coil remember grandma's old freezer and all the ice? this system takes care of that for you but does break. if the timer starts the defrost cycle you might have to run it thru a couple of cycles to melt the ice. if it's any prob but too full of food you will want a trained tech to repair. but you can find out what the problem most likley is and not get taken to the cleaners when paying for repair
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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Jan 08, 2015 | Refrigerators
Before going to buy any parts
Go through this troubleshooting help links.
This is list of refrigerator problems,
which is normally faced in refrigerator.
You can go through the details, by clicking the link below:---
Refrigerator is not cooling properly?
Both refrigerator and freezer not cooling properly in refrigerator?
The ice maker not working: ---
Compressor not running on refrigerator?
Water dispenser not working on refrigerator?
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