Question about LG Refrigerators
The condenser coils could be plugged with dust and lint. The coils need to be able to get rid of the heat for the unit to cool properly .
uplug unit remove lower fiberboard cover and clean coils carefully.reassemble and see if that does it . Check fan if there is one for proper operation. Hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lg frost free freeza ok
Well the first thing to think about is: Is it pluged in??? the second thing is that you should call a repair man to make sure the job is done right. Hope this helped. =)
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
SOURCE: I get excess frost on
I live in a monkey house of my own with two little girls climbing on everything. If your house is like mine the main reason for frost build up is warm moist air entering the freezer. My children love to open the door all the time so I get some frost from that. If you are really getting alot then you may have a crack in your seal around the door. or the door is not sealing completely. To solve the problem you can adjust the door or you can replace the seal. Replacing the seal is really harder than most people would care to tackle. But if you discover a bad spot on the seal this is the best way to replace it. First would be to buy you a seal and start it soaking in hot hot water. This will loosen the rigidity of the seal and help with seating. Once the seal is soft begin removing the old seal. You can do this byraising the inside of the seal and loosening the screws. Do not remove the screws completely just loosen enough to remove and replace a small section at a time. work the new seal around and once you feel it is perfectly centered on all sides tighted the screws. If you still have waves or the door is not sealing you may need to reheat the seal with a hair dryer. Use caution not to burn the seal or overheat the seal.. Over heating will cause it to shrink and it will never work. Good luck to you and please let me know it this helped. MCA0824@aol.com
Posted on Apr 30, 2008
You have a defrost problem. You need either the defrost timer, defrost heater, or the defrost bi-metal. If you have a meter you can ohm out the heater and the bi-metal ( as lonh a s the bi -metal is frozen as it opens when it gets warm to cut out the defrost heater) if you have an ohm reading on either one of the two the replace the defrost timer, if you don't then replace the part that has no ohm reading.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
Your defrost circuit is probably broken.
Are you getting lots of frost on the bottom of your freezer?
Is there any airflow in the top portion of the fridge? You can test this by blowing a little cigarette smoke into the refrig section to watch the air pattern.
If you have excessive frosting above and no air below....it may be time for either a new heating element or a defrost controller board.
Some older units allow you to just turn on the defrost circuit and see if the heating element has gone bad. You may want to buy the controller first if it fails the forced power on test. Then, if that doesnt do it...you can buy and replace the heating element.
Good luck and be careful.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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