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Why does myfrigidaire gets warm for several hours?


Good Morning Friend,

I understand that you are having trouble with your Frigidaire refrigerator, model# FBHB2899LF, getting warm for several hours. One possibility this is occurring is that your refrigerator is in a defrost mode. Your refrigerator will go into defrost mode for 30 minutes, this can cause the temperatures to rise. It does take several hours for the temperature to go back down. If you would like, you can reset your appliance, by either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your home's circuit breaker, for 3-5 minutes. Once power is restored, keep an eye on the temperatures, to see if they are still rising as much. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your refrigerator status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.

-Best Regards-
WP

May 27, 2014 | Frigidaire FPHB2899LF Refrigeration :...

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Fridgeadare FDB510LCS5-My diswasher does not appear to be draining. The bottom of the diswasher is full of water.


there is only a few things this could be caused by
if it is not obvious like a clear plastic wrap covering the drain ports on the base insdie teh dish washer then it will have to be one of the following:
check these:
1. Drain line/air gap
2. Pump
3. Drain valve and/or solenoid
4. Belt
5. Motor
6. Timer it is highly not likely to be the timer..
GL

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Water dispenser does not work


is it fridgeadare? open the freezer door use a hair dryer on it the tube is froze

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Hoover HCA390FFK not draining through drain plug


A common problem is a blocked drain tube. Using compressed air, blow through the tube to clear it. Also, make sure that th refrigerator is level in both directions to allow proper pitch for draining.

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The drain for the freezer is plugged & water is draining down into the frigg


Put hot water into the drain to melt the ice and until it goes through.

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Water at the bottom of the refrigerator


check back side,if is wet isolation is bad,try to clean drain hose with tin wire and check is it connected on pipe.

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Freezer drain plug


Self defrosting refrigerators as well as freezers all have a defrost drain system. This drain system can become plugged or frozen causing defrost drain water to back up into the refrigerator or freezer compartment. The water may gather under the crisper drawers on top freezer models. On side by side, bottom or stand alone freezers ice will build up in the freezer at the bottom and eventually leak out the door.

Plugged Defrost Drain - Freezer on Top (Water under the crisper drawers)

At the top of the refrigerator next to the temperature controls there usually is a cup-like part that carries the defrost drain water into a tube and out the back of the refrigerator to a defrost drain pan behind the unit. Pull the cup out of the tube and clean the cup with hot water and soap. If there is no cup, pull the refrigerator out away from the wall, go behind it and disconnect the drain tube to clear it. If the drain tube is not accessible from the back or the drain can not be cleared from there the main back panel in the freezer can be removed to access, thaw and flush out the drain under the cooling coil.

Use a turkey baster to flush HOT water into the tube to clear any obstruction. The water squirted into the tube should end up in the defrost drain pan.

If the tube will not clear with hot water try blowing it out with compressed air.

Put the cup back on and make sure it is all the way on or in the tube.

Plugged Defrost Drain - Side By Side, Bottom-Freezer Refrigerator or Stand Alone Freezer

The defrost drain pan is located at the bottom of the freezer compartment behind the back wall of the freezer. On some models, the pan is accessible without removing the back panel and others are not. After you get to the defrost drain pan use a hair dryer to melt the ice from the pan.

Once the ice is removed use a turkey baster to squirt HOT water into the drain hole to clear the drain.

When the drain is clear you should hear or see the water you are squirting into the hole enter the pan under or behind the refrigerator.


TheRepairGuru ---- www.repairclinic.com

http://www.repairclinic.com/Whirlpool-Refrigerator-Parts

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Water dispenser inside fridge does not dispense water


Are the water inlet / outlet correctly fitted onto the filter ??
Sounds silly - but very easy mistake seen several times.
Is the water supply for the filter turned on . . remove hoses from filter to verify. - YOU WILL GET WET.

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Freezer leaking


Defrost drain is located in the back of the refrigerator. Check loop or trap, it may be plugged. You must remove the back cover panel to see the drain line and to clear it. After the drain trap is cleared you may have to defrost the freezer section to clear the ice caused by backup from the plugged trap.

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