Question about Refrigerators
I suddenly discovered that my electric fridge is losing temperature. Upon investigation I fund out that it seems as if the motor does not switch on to cool the fridge. The power lead is not faulty.
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Hi akula, 200 ks to a fridgie, LG appliance, you must be in Australia;) Is it the earth leakage circuit breaker operating. If so, then you have a leakage problem to earth from the heater pad(not quite sure what that is, but this problem will need to be repaired. Am doing some research to see if there is anything that can be done without just getting a new fridge. Back to you soon.
Posted on Mar 21, 2008
Maytags have alot of problems with the defrost control board ... there is most likely snow on the back wall of freezer on bottom.....not caused by thier recall different problem
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
yes that sounds exactly like a burnt contact on the t-stat if you have a ohm meter you can check if by UNPLUGING REFRIGERATOR FROM POWER SUPPLY gain access to the t-stat,remove the 2 wires from it and check for ZERO ohms resistiance if it is anymore than that the t-stat if the problem
Posted on Aug 10, 2011
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