Question about Refrigerators
Water runs to the bottom of the fridge and without changing the temp. setting the back panel on top back of fridge starts freezing. How can I fix this?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fridge too cold
The temp sensor or the thermostat is bad.
It is reccomended that the sensor be replaced whenever a T-stat is replaced.
You can purchace both for less than 50 bucks with most models at your local appliance parts warehouse.
(The T-stat is the part that you turn up or down to adjust temp and the sensor is the wire coming off of it to a remote location in the fridge. With some models it is all one part, with others the sensor can be removed seperatly.)
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
Hi, Is the evaporator fan motor running in the freezer? Was the fridge setting any length of time unplugged before you got it?
Posted on May 10, 2009
SOURCE: whirlpool freezer not freezing
The fan speed can be deceptive. That is why this problem is so hard to diagnose, when the fan starts to wear out the motor spins but not with enough force to circulate air thru the freezer and rrefrigerator. If you have the ability to swap out the fan motor then it should only cost you the price of the motor and components. Approx. $125.00 if you have the make and model you can go to appliancefactoryparts.com or appliancefactorypro.com to obtain motor and components, But if you have to get serviceman to replace fan it will cost you an hours labor also.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
SOURCE: bad defrost timer/ thermostat???
It definitely sounds like you have a bad defrost timer, that is the reason the coils are icing up on you. The next issue, which may or may not be related is the freezing of items in the refrigerator. Usually the cold air is transferred, through a vent with a damper, from the freezer and into the refrigerated section. The "thermostat" for this section is actually usually just a lever to adjust the position of the damper. That being said, usually when you have a problem such as you are having, it is either a stuck or broken damper (or damper component). Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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