Question about Refrigerators
In the back of the freezer you need to pull off the back panel and look at the coil. When looking at the coil it should have a LIGHT frost on it.
Not a caked on amount of ice or nothing at all. Also make sure that the thermostat is turning on and off the comppressor. But this problem sounds more like a defrost problem with the heater defrost and not the thermostat
Posted on May 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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