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most of the time the beep comes from the door being ajar i just finshed a chat with a gentlemen that because he had to much on his door he bent his hinges which caused a 1/8" gap in the seal of the door best thing to do is get some vaseline go over your entire seal if the seal is in good condition if its not replace the seal also check your upper hinge to make sure if it has an adjustment to move the door in closer if it doesnt then you would have to replace the hinge like the other gentleman i just finshed with has here is a complete schematic of your frigerator if you have any further questions message me back and if the door seal and hinged is ok message me back as well thanks again Rick
If you close any refrig door " fast " , the other will pop open . These magnetic door gaskets , are designed for lighter holding power now , than they used to be , due to children getting caught inside . I would suggest lowering the front legs slightly , so that when you let go of the door , it will close slowly on its own .
There is a lever switch usually above the door (when door is in open position) on the fridge cabinet. Not on the actual door. The beeping should stop if this lever is pressed. If the door is positioned correctly it would depress this lever when closed. It may be that the door adjustment is slightly out. If the beeping does not stop when depressed, then your printed circuit board (located usually above the door) is faulty and needs to be replaced.
Make sure your fan is working ,its located behind the freezers back wall. If it is working the vent from the freezer down to the refrigerator may be blocked (usually with ice).With out a fan you have no circulation but your freezer may look likes its working,it may last 3 days.Also if you can move everything out unplug it turn it off w/ doors open untill all traces of ice are gone this will free up any clogged tubes. Good luck. Len West
Something has stopped the cold air being ducted from freezer side to refrigerator side of things. Possibly duct blocked due to ice build up, evaporator not self defrosting etc. Turn unit off for a few days till it melts and then turn back on. If it was because a door has been left slightly open you will be ok. If for any other reason you will want to have it serviced in the next week or so.
if door was left open for some time, there may be excess ice build-up on the evaporator which may take more than 2 hours to clear.
two methods to cure
switch off and leave for 24 hours with doors open.
remove back panel in freezer and carefully melt ice off with a hairdryer