Question about Maytag Refrigerators
There are a couple of troubleshooting steps to be done before going ahead with any part opening or replacing.
1) check Freezer to see if there frost on back panel toward the bottom. Open up panel reveal coil was freeze over.
That confirm diag.
2) On Refrig side. Open top control panel. right side toward the end ...there is a piece of electronic. un-plug and plug in new part.
3) Defrost freezer and everything is working again. Fix alone is 5 mins for the unscrew and replace an open electronic part. In my opinion, this is a bad design. There is moisture in refrig and they left this piece of electronic in the open. There will be a short, it's just matter of time.
Remove power, remove freezer back wall, check defrost heater and defrost thermostat, remove covers in FF section and replace adaptive defrost board and then defrost the frosted up coils in the freezer and reinstall the covers
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Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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