Why is my Fridge stop making eyes?
the fan will always continue to run to allow for the air to be
circulated in the freezer compartment.
Due to various reasons
this problem could occur:
1)Check the temperature setting.
to max and min and check for any changes you can see in the system.
compressor vents cold air into the freezer. Occasionally the vent can
become clogged with ice, food or other debris. Locate the vent and clear
it. To remove ice, use a hair dryer set to "low". Using the high
setting may cause damage to the components or interior of the
3)Test the temperature control
the ohm meter you can test it.If it does not show any reading this is
the defective one you have to relplace this soon.
simplest thing is to make sure your condenser coils on the back of the
fridge usually, are clean and have adequate air circulation. If you pull
the fridge away from the wall you can just brush them off or use the
brush on your vacuum.
5)Check for a clogged drain tube if it is
clogged remove the clog.
6)Test the evaporator fan.The evaporator
fan circulates air over the refrigeration
coils. The coils absorb
heat and the chilled air is then circulated. If the fan does not
operate, the freezer will not cool properly. The fan motor may have
failed, but check first that something is not simply blocking the fan
timer:Usually the defrost timer could solve this issue.It may be
located below or back of the refrigerator.Some times it may be located
in the side to for side refrigerator.Locate the timer and rotate the
clutch head screw clockwise until you hear one audible click. That puts
the system into defrost mode. If the system restarts after 30-35
minutes.Then there is no problem with Defrost timer.
and defrost thermostat is located behind the back wall of the freezer
section.This only controls the Heat.After the Defrost timer stops it
makes the system warm.
Defrost thermostat could be defective.
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