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Is there a fuse in the as30u6 fridge, are there fans ? unit will not cool but compresser is very hot, switches on and then off really fast

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SOURCE: very hot compresser upside down fidge

Is there a little fan back there with the compressor? if so is it turning? also check the outside coil, it may be covered with dust & crap. Sometimes that is all thet it takes. A good cleaning.

Posted on Feb 16, 2008

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SOURCE: fridgedaire side by side fan working, compressor hot, refridgerator and freezer not cooling

.thanks for your question i would try a hard, to start re lay on it after its cooled down. it might just do the trick. the appliance doc

Posted on Oct 30, 2008

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SOURCE: Mini Danby Fridge Won't cool but compresser is running very HOT!

hello mam
there will be gas leak please check it.

Posted on Sep 14, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a GSS25KGMD fridge. I opened the Fridge

Your refrig light switch does control the freezer fan and the refrig light bulb . Replace the refrig light switch .
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Posted on Nov 03, 2009

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SOURCE: fan running compressor not kicking on. canister feels really hot.

check that both wires to compressor are connected, trace them back to solinoid, , if the compressor isnot humming u only have 1 leg of power or it is bad

Posted on May 07, 2010

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. You people are holy snap fast! .Concept 2 fridge freezer combo. The refrigerator and freezer cool/ no freezing. football thing in bck hums/hot. unplug it 4 24 hrs.? C brown liquid in back!!! !


if the compress is humming , indicates a problem start/run capacitor or a seized compressor unit
call a technician for a proper diagnosis and quote

Jul 07, 2017 | Refrigerators

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Why does my fridge not cool,the fan doesn't kick on and the black little tank gets really hot?


A fridge operates due to adiabatics, which is the ability of a gas to absorb energy by compression, which turns to heat, then dispel heat by evaporation. The little black tank is a compressor which compresses the gas in the condensation loop. When the gas is compressed it heats up, so the little back tank will get hot, as will the condensation grid, often at the back of the fridge, which acts like a radiator to cool down the gas inside. When the gas is evaporated into the evaporation loop, it expands again and any rise in temperature caused by the compression will be lost. Add to this loss in temperature caused by the radiator and you have a total net loss in temperature which is significantly cooler than what you started with.
The problem with your fridge has to start with the fan not working as this fan will help to cool the condenser radiator, unless it is a fan inside the unit itself which just distributes the cool air. (without knowing the make an model of the fridge I cannot determine the reason for the fan). Modern low energy fridges have a better and more economical set-up and it seems that your fridge has seen better days. The compressor is clearly working overtime to get so hot and particularly if it never seems to shut down or the fridge cool down. Sadly, I think it's time for a new fridge. You'll save the money you are currently spending on the electricity to run the old one.

Sep 19, 2015 | Refrigerators

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Neff fridge/freezer has stopped cooling


pull the unit from the wall, remove the bottom back panel , see if the small fan is working ,if the fan is , there's probally alot of dust back there,unplug the fridg. and vacuum the area real good,use a flash light to make sure you get it all, if the fan is not working and the compressor is running the fan is the problem ,the fan keeps the compressor and coils cool so the freon can cool down so the unit works like it should,if the freon is hot ,the air the fridg.will be blowing will be hot. this should fix your problem, and YES its worth fixing.alittle p.m.saves alot of $$$$$$$$$

Dec 03, 2013 | Neff Freezers

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Hotpoint mistral plus


Sounds like a faulty thermostat, although fast freeze usually bypasses the stat so should then get to temperature. If the compressor and condenser are getting very hot and all is clean, check there isn't a condenser fan stuck underneath that is seized. If not, may have had a bit of a refrigerant leak and sucked a bit of air into the system. Call an engineer

May 19, 2012 | Washing Machines

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Well i have a problem the fridge is working 100% but our freezer is not working right it is cold at bottom half but it is not working at top half like i put ice thing in it the water fast freeze tomoro...


If I read the manual right the red light indicator your seeing is the exlamation point above the fast freeze button. This is telling you that the freezer compartment temp is to high.

There can be multiple reasons for this:
1. Evaporator fan not running (Check fan by depressing door closed plunger for the light switch) The fan should be on and light off.

2. An unseen block of ice over the evaporator coils due to an automatic defrosting probelm. If you can determine that there really is ice on the evaporator coils, perform the manual defrost procedures I described in my initial response. If after doing this manual defrost things return to normal for a few days and then you see the high temp indicator again there is for sure and automatic defrosting problem.

3. Automatic Defrost Problem (Causes)
a. Defrost control failure
b. Defrost control heating element failure
c. Temp sensor failure or Bi-metal 60 Deg F thermostat failure

4. Condenser fan not running in the borrom rear of the unit. (Check to see that the fan is running by removing the fiberboard rear cover.)

5. Condenser coils blocked with lint (Check the coils when you inspect the condensor fan for operation.) Clean both the coils and the fan.

6. Thermistor failure (measures temp and has a resistive output) in the freezer.

7. Compressor not running (Causes)
a. PTC relay
b. Run capacitor
c. Conpressor failure

8. Compressor running but not cooling
Check to see that one of the copper lines line is hot to the touch. If it is not hot the causes can be low freon level, clogged freon drier, damaged capillary tube.

These are all the things that can cause your current symptom.

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Mar 20, 2011 | Refrigerators

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Goodman A18-8 electronic furnance and AC troubleshooting.


Check the unit for a high temperature limit switch, usually a round bimetal disc or a square plate that
would insert into the unit. If the switch is bad, it opens up and the fan will run no matter what. Complete the circuit with jumper wire, if fan shuts off
replace switch

Jun 12, 2010 | Goodman GMS90703BXA Heater

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Dometic RM7291L not effectively cooling on 240V but fine on gas


On the back of the unit, at the bottom, there should be a panel that is removable. Inside should be a fan, the condenser coil, and the compressor. The fan has to be constantly blowing air over the condenser coil, to dissipate the heat (which it is essentially being removed from the refrigerator by the compressor)

When the entire fridge stops cooling, one of three things have happened. The fan isn't removing the heat from the coil, or the compressor isn't compressing the freon, or the freon has somehow leaked out of the system. If it is the fan, you have an easy do it yourself repair. If it is the compressor or the freon, you will probably (but not necessarily) need a professional.

Inside the fridge, there is a coil that is cold instead of hot. A fan must continually blow over that one too, to circulate the air over the cold coils. The fan usually only works when the doors are closed, so be sure to have the door switch pressed to "shut" when checking it.

Check those and post back. And, I know... it really is Dometic.


If the problem is the first one,

Jul 28, 2009 | Dometic RM2620 Refrigerator

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Door frame really hot to touch


Also clean the coils underneath the unit as far as the fan (condenser ) you can put a house fan on the back blowing to cool the compresser until you get a replacement. That fan runs anytime the compresser runs

Jun 06, 2008 | Frigidaire FRS26R4A Side by Side...

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Laptop overheats way too fast...


What is the model number of your machine? Some have design flaws that make them run hot. Also dust is a great insulator. I would take the machine into a repair shop or get a can of compressed air and blow out any fan areas. A laptop cooling pad can be a good idea as well especially if you notice that the machine overheats while sitting on a desk. The noise of the fan is probalay due to the dust coating the heatsync. The fan has to run much faster to move more air to cool the system. Blowing out or having the heatsync cleaned is a good idea here!

Dec 06, 2007 | Computers & Internet

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