Question about Refrigerators
There can be several reasons for that problem. Condenser fan not working properly, dust and obstruction in ventilation below the refrigerator, defrost element is bad, defrost thermostat defective or low on freon. Check the area under fridge for good air movement and look at the evaporator coils during the time of day the freezer is not cooling its best. If frosted over I think its inside where the element and defrost thermostat. If evaporator coils have some rows on botton frozen over with ice and top is sweaty then its a freon leak. Let me know and make sure you have it unplugged while working on the refrigerator, Thanks, Sea Breeze
Posted on May 23, 2009
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