Question about Refrigerators
Check to see that the freezer fan is running.
If your fridge has dual controls, be sure the freezer control has not been turned up too far.
Check the freezer section for signs of frost on the walls, particularly on the rear and floor panels. Frost would indicate a defrost failure.
Check the condenser coils in back for dust & debris and see that fan is running there.
Be sure that food items do not block air intakes in freezer. A stuffed freezer can create airflow problems.
Update me once checked all the above mentioned elements.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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