Question about Refrigerators
HOW TO REPAIR BOTTOM DOOR RACK
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Got too much stuff in it.
Not level or is tilted forward.
Door is warped.
You keep opening it.
Am I getting close?
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
i had the problem my self :)
you need to take the freezer door out then the fridg door and add small ring like 1mm to the hinges of the fridg door poot all back and see if it rais the door a bit....
what i did is on the top of the freezer there is option to move the door from side to side ...the plastic that go into the freezer body its a ring with long tube.. i cut the tube and use that plastic :) good luck
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
pull back the seal and you will find a stream of screws undo them all and the panal will fall off peal the old seal off and replace with new re asemble as per reverse order
best of luck
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Posted on Dec 01, 2010
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There are two possible reasons for this problem: a bad switch in the door or a bad water solenoid. In the door is a small switch operated when you want water. Remove the screws to get access and use a meter to see if the switch is closing(after unplugging it first). To test it just put the meter leads on either side of the switch and operate it. If it is good the reading in ohms will go to zero when the switch is pressed.
If that is good check where the water enters the refrigerator and you should see the water solenoid. Find where the electric wires enter and disconnect one side. Check continuity across the coil with the ohm meter and if it is good it should read 1-3 kilo-ohms. One thing that could have happened is also that dirt could be clogging the screen where the water enters the water solenoid. Turn water off and check it out.
Posted on Jul 06, 2011
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