Question about Refrigerators
Today I noticed my refrigerator temp was rising. I cleaned out the bottom coild (some dog hair) and thought that might help. It didn't. I calld Sears and the soonest they can get anyone out here is in like a week. Right now the Frezer temp is about 15 and the fridge is about 65-70. Is there any thing that I can try to do to at least help meuntil the repair guy gets here>>
If there is frost on the back wall of the freezer than its iced over (the automatic defrost cycle has failed) turn off the fridge for 18-24 hrs with freezer door open and the ice will melt and it will begin to cool again. It takes a long time for the ice behind the back wall to thouruoghly melt, if it isnt all the way defrosted you will end up with soild ice insead of frost and that will take even longer to thaw Dont forget to rate my solution as solved if I accurately answered your question...Thanks!!
Posted on Oct 01, 2007
I have a Kenmore refrigerator and freezer that was working fine this morning this afternoon I went for ice and nothing. I can hear the motor running but its not getting cold. what can I do
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