Question about Refrigerators
I recently was lucky enough to aquire a taylor slurpee machine from a 7-eleven we renovated, I have cleaned the whole unit and checked the soundness of everyhting on it that my limited knowledge understands. i have been looking online for information on these machines and to locate some kind o manual for cleaning and operating, I really wanna make sure its all tickety boo before I plug it in and hit soem switches and fry something, can anyone help me locate the information online?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can replace the Bellows as it is called but to fix it before you replace it clean it with Bleach to kill the mold and then dry it ALSO after any load you do leave the door open a bit this allows the mach to air dry out and prevents the build up of mold ..Good Luck plz rate this post for me
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
Well lets see, I believe you have a whirlpool made kenmore, Your model numer should start with 106.
The problem you are having is from our drain. When you freezer defrosts the water should drain down a tube and under the refrigerator into a pan. If the tube gets clogged it will leak water into the freshfood section. To clear the drain you will need to remove everything from the freezer and remove the inside back panel in the freezer. in the center bottom under the coils and the heater you will see a tiny hole. That is your drain. If it is frozen over you will need to defrost the ice or you may need to run a smaller tube into it to clear it of an obstruction. I use a small rubber hose and I just insert it into the hole and blow on the other end. If you have something in it, it should blow out. If it does not then it may have ice in it and you can pour hot water into the drain and defrost it. Once clear you should not have any further problems. But they do make a drain heater probe to keep ice from forming inside the drain. You can get one for about $6.00. Good luck and I hope this helped you. email@example.com
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
SOURCE: 690 SubZero Side-by-Side Fridge
One more thing to look at. There is a water drain tube that takes condensation from the inside of the refrigerator and transports it to a collection pan under the until. Subzero used a "covered coil" type tube for this. If any food particals become hung up on one of the coils in the tube water will back up and cause ice to form on the evaporator. The system is dumb and will tell you to vacuum the condensor under this condition as well. I replaced the Subzero OEM tubing with a hunk of rubber fuel line and never had ths problem again.
Posted on Sep 27, 2008
the rate the light flashes is a code for trouble shooting the electronics on the unit ( such as bad coil sensor, bad bin sensor or shorted grid cutter) if you will look behind the front grille you should find a tech sheet that will tell you what the flasing means and tell you what components to replace. BTW the most common failure is the cutter grid and bin sensor. the sensor is the white rod on the right hand wall inside the unit. besure it is plugged in. Let me know if I can help you futher. thanks Peyton
Posted on Mar 21, 2009
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