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Freezer rund all the time


* Call you MFR service vendor for advice.
*** The following is for information only.***
* Fridge that runs all the time are cause by many situations. Here are some of the common ones.
* Leaving the doors open frequently and/or long periods. (yeah, lost my voice on the kids.)
* Leaking door seals. May need cleaning (use a disinfectant spray to control mold.). Have vendor replace seals. (they don't really last past 5 years. Most MFR's will have this service available as it's a common repair.
* Leaking frame and/or door. The box is insulated with a vapor seal. If it's broken then moisture gets in and causes heat to get into the box which makes it harder to keep things cold. Too costly to fix. Replace fridge.
* Thermostat is set to low (cold). Normally set to middle (4-6 on dial) But watch out as the kids may set your Fridge to lowest setting to get the milk, soda, and juice to 'slushy' state. (I covered the knob with tape)
* Thermostat is stuck. Try turning it all the way down, up, then set to middle. If it does not go off and back on during the turning of the dial then it's probably stuck. Call for service to replace.
* Final, call for service, especially if your unit is more than 3 years old. Check your warranty as it may have been included (the service check). Don't mess with it if it' still under warranty as any work may void it.
Aloha, ukeboy57

Feb 21, 2018 | Refrigerators

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Why is my thread turning black from oil?


Thread? Typo?
* If it's real oil and not slime (yeast) then the motor will stop working and the fridge will be warm. Motor possibly hums and trips out breaker or has a burn smell. Call for service.
* Oil comes from the refrigerant line which is in a sealed system.
* Hopefully if your refrigerator is running okay and you still hear the motor quietly running with no straining sounds then it's likely someone spilt something oily (Italian dressing?) in the fridge and it got into the drainage system (which drains to the defrost pan at the bottom.)
* It's a good idea to check and clean the defrost drip tray and clear the dust from the coils (if it's on the bottom. Some coils are located in the back.)
* If it turns out to be slime (yeast) then check with your MFR for a recommended defrost line cleanser or flusher. It's to clean and sanitize the line to prevent yeast and mold build up. You may find home remedies on line that may help. (about 5-8 drops of bleach with a cup of water works.)
* You will find that frequent (every 3 months of less) clean out and wipe down of the inside of the refrigerator will take care of this problem.
* Final, Check your warranty and call for service. Ask for annual service if available. (they check everything.)
Aloha, ukeboy57

Feb 21, 2018 | Refrigerators

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Can you guide me where can I find the right part number for Relay overload starter for my Whirlpool Gold Side-by-side fridge.Mod: GD5YHEXLS01 Ser: SP2325250 MFR DATE:06-03 I am not 100% sure if I rea


Go to sears parts direct web site and put in the model number. Found the page with unit parts our the page that list the compressor. It will have the newest part number

Feb 03, 2013 | Refrigerators

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The freezer gasket is no longer sealing properly allowing frost to buildup around the edges which eventually falls into the refrig area, thaws and leaves a puddle. Can we replace the gasket?


Yes, the gasket is replaceable, for modest cost and difficulty=easy.
Where to get new gasket: take exact Mfr. & model number (and serial number) of fridge
to your nearest
major appliance parts store (see yellow pages). Call them, to see if they have your replacement
gasket in stock, or may need to order it.
How to replace gasket: pull back inner edge of gasket until your see the 1/4-in hex head machine
screws attaching it to the freezer door. Using nutdriver, unscrew old gasket's screws, and
install new gasket by reversing the procedure, starting with the top middle screw, and proceeding
around the edges.
Its a "nutdriver project." If for some reason the screws are too rusted to re-use, an equivalent screw
(just match the diameter and length) is easily
(and inexpensively) obtained at your nearest hardware store - you won't even need to return to the
appliance parts store.
This procedure works for most standard freezer-over-fridge units - you can include your exact
Mfr. and model number in your next query for more precise info.

Jul 04, 2011 | Refrigerators

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I need a repair manual sent to my home


1. get your mfr/model number from your kitchen range
2. logon to the mfr web site (Google it)
3. download & print it - or order it online, if the mfr supports hardcopy sales online.

Jan 16, 2011 | Kitchen Ranges

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New water filter replaced follower instructions in book Orang lig


There is no sensor that knows you replaced it. Probably have to hold down a button or two to reset light on dispenser area; read your manual for directions or find it on-line from the mfr website if you don't have it. I do not know what key sequence.

Nov 27, 2008 | Refrigerators

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Toshiba 42H81 Fuse Type


Speed rating is micro = any chemical micro fuse will work,5 amp, of course.Not necessary to use Mfr. part........T.

May 27, 2008 | Toshiba 42H81 42" Rear Projection...

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