Question about Refrigerators
The cold water has not pressure .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
can be a few things, if you open the freezer door do you hear afan running?? perhaps the fan is no good?? is there a large amount of frost on the lower plate of back wall of freezer??? very common issue to have a bad defrost thermostat.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
If your water is slowing down the screen on the water valve may be stopped up or the filter (if it has one, when was it last changed?) or line feeding the refrigerator may be stopped up or the water valve its self may not be opening all the way and staying open.
To eliminate 3 of the external problems take the water line off the fridge and run some water into a pan and open and close water like at your kitchen sink and see if the water slows or speeds up noticeably while running into the pan. If so the problem is in the water line. While you have thew line off remove and inspect the water inlet valve screen and replace the hose washer (if so equipped) this brings your problem if you have not found it yet to the inside of the fridge. Usually on the corner of the door hinge the water line makes a turn up to the dispenser inspect it there and see if its twisted or kinked. Also there is a water resiviour inside the fridge look there for the same thing and possibley where food may have been forced agianst the line.
If you still dont find it by now I'D have to know what you did find and where.
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Posted on Apr 20, 2009
The water line runs through the door and this is where it freezes. It's usually defetive insulation. Other than replace the door you may can tape or other wise fasten more insulation to the inside of the door in the area you think it's freezing in.
Posted on Aug 26, 2009
Hi, normally the suction pressure on a refrigerant -22 system will be between 60 pounds gauge pressure (which keeps it above freezing point) and about 80 pounds. This depends on the temperature condition.Make sure that the superheat and subcooling are correct to see what is to be considered normal for the conditions you have present.
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
The water in the door is controlled by the switch you push for water which opens the valve which is the water inlet valve on the rear of the fridge/freezer. It's where your water supply connects to the fridge on back. Yours is sticking open sometimes causing your problem. You need to replace the dual water inlet valve. Part 14 on this Diagram and parts list is your dual water inlet valve.
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
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