Question about Refrigerators
On a Schreiber APP6302 the seal at the top of the door doesn't touch the fridge body but the one at the bottom does. The seal appears to be the same thickness all round. I cannot see any adjustment on the hinges.
Sounds like the door has twisted
a quick fix is to place an object like a soccer ball
on the floor in front of the fridge while the door is still open
Pushing the top of the door slowly try closing it against the ball to twist the door straight
this is a trial and error aproach that does need a bit of force however it does often work and saves the alternative which is dismantling the entire door
Posted on Apr 15, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Smeg Fab 32 door problem
The Door on my SMEG Retro Fridge keeps opening on its own accord ? There's nothing inside poushing up against it so why does this keep happening ?
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
SOURCE: I have a schreiber fridge
APM6855 Built in fridge freezer If Fridge is not cooling & freezer is ok then try a defrost by switching off for 24 hrs Then switch back on. it should be OK. If this does not work it is probably the door switch faulty , this should switch on the fan when door is closed. The fan is then controlled by thermostat sensor which switches fan off/on when required.
Posted on Apr 18, 2010
The cam risers at the bottom hinge have gone bad. Get the model number form the fresh food section and you will be able to order new ones. Not expensive to repair.
Posted on May 16, 2010
SOURCE: DIPLOMAT APP6302 FRIDGE
The no frost fridge has a compartment that collects the water while it keeps defrosting on a time cycle. I presume that the tray is clogged and full. you will need to access the rear to see to this. Also try to reduce the cooling on the thermostat, reduce the times you are keeping the door open. all of his will only create more frost into the coils to be defrosted. Please also see that the cooling/blowing fans in the freezer are not blocked, allow space for the air flow. Helpful I guess. Good day
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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