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We are having an issue with our Maytag Refrigerator, model # MZD2666KEW. The refrigerator will freeze up, then it will rapid change temperature to where the temp is too high. It might be something with the defrost cycle, but please help.

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  • Michael Willsher May 11, 2010

    where does the freezing occur? Has anyone ever worked on it and how often is it freezing up?

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I have a side by side GE Refrigerator only about 4 years old, the setting on the Refrigerator is set at 37 degrees but it continues to go to 20 degrees and freezing my vegtables. Help.

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you cannot do this
just check the defrost heater and the bi metal, if they check good then the adaptive defrost control is bad

Posted on Apr 25, 2008

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SOURCE: refrigerator is too cold. Freezing milk and vegs.

sounds like the solenoid door is broke or stuck ,unless you are real handy , just tape up the air inlet in the refrigerator little by little until you get it right.

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All frost-free refrigerator-freezers have a thing in the system called a Defrost Timer. The thing is a little clock of sorts that tracks accumulated running time. Every 8 hours of run time the thing cycles through a defrost cycle. The defrost cycle is necessitated by the humidity that forms ice crystals on the freezing coils, if the frost is not eradicated it can build up to the point where no air flows over the coils to chill the inside of the box. (it may keep the freezer cold but no air goes to the fridge part)The Defrost timer in all boxes fails eventually from old age. When that happens, the coils frost over until they become pretty much just a solid block of ice. Most timers are located on the front of the machine, behind that removable grille under the door. The timer has a round hollow shaft through it, and can be turned with a screwdriver. If the compressor is running, give the shaft a slow twist until a click is heard. The compressor will stop. Give the fridge an hour to defrost the coils, and check it to see if it took off running. If an hour has passed ans the fridge hasn't restarted, advance the timer again to start. Sometimes the nudge will make the timer run for a while. If this is the case, the unit will chill, and buy you some time to get it fixed. If the timer does not run, you can repeat the process daily until you get a replacement timer.

Posted on May 06, 2009

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