Question about Refrigerators
About three weeks ago My refrigerator stopped cooling while the freezer worked well. Thanks to this DB I found my evaporator coils were iced up so I thawed them and clean my condenser coils. Everything seemed to work well. Now, three weeks later neither my refrigerator nor freezer will cool. I have checked the evaporator - there is no ice on the evaporator coils and they are not cooling. I have check both freezer thermisters - At 32 degrees they measure 16,300 ohms respectfully. I don't know what to check next.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: refrigerator 52 degrees
I am having the same problem with a Hotpoint side by side. (Model # hss22ifmd ww ) Could you tell me the more detailed info mentioned above. Thank you so much.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
This sounds like a defrosting problem. There is a defrost timer, a heater element, and a therm-o- disk thing that shuts the heater off when the frost is melted. These are the things to check, but it's usually the heater that is burnt out.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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