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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Was the bulb blown that you removed?
If not, it may be the contact switch on the door. These usually are just a press fit, sometimes needing a screwdriver in a slot to release it.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2008
good attempt, its actually a clogged drain thats backing up and your drain water is not able to leave refrig so it falls to bottom of freezer floor and eventually out the door. romve the items from the freezer and take the lower back wall off form inside, directly under the evaporator under all that ice there is a drain hole, youll need to clear that hole of iec( pouring boiling water down until you get a free flow of water then you can reassemble uint problem solved
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
check the lever in the ice bin. if it is stuck in the up position it thinks the ice bin is full and will not make ice. Just wiggle it to the down position.
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
1. Get the Food out of the Ref and Freezer. Unplug the power cord from the wall.
2. The cooling coil is in the back wall of the freezer side. Working from inside the Freezer.
3. Remove the back plastic cover to expose the cooling coil. It's called the Evaporator coil.
4. Use a hair dryer to melt all ice off the coil.
5. Put it back together. It should work for 3 - 5 days now at least.
6. Put a thermometer in there. After 24 hrs. the freezer should be 0 to 10 degrees F. and the Ref. side 37 to 44 degree F.
7. Check the door gaskets for tight fit, using a dollar bill for a gauge.
Shut the door on the dollar and try to pull it out in several places.
If it ices up again in a week or two, you have a defrost heater problem. There is a electric heat strip around the cooling coil. This heat strip comes on about 10 minutes every 8 or 10 hours. This heater melts the ice off the coil. There is a clock timer device under the ref. that cycles the heat strip. You may have a bad clock, fuse device or burned out defrost heater strip. The cooling coil must be ice free to work properly.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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