Question about LG Refrigerators
Go to the rear of the refrigerator and listen for the compressor and the compressor fan. If the fan is running, but the compressor isn't, try replacing the starter circuit.
If both are running, open up the freezer section and look for frosting on the back wall. If you have frosting, then you need to replace the defrost circuitry.
If you don't have any frost, remove all your shelves (in the freezer) and then take the back wall off in the freezer section and look at your evaporator coil. If it has a good even frost pattern on it, check to make sure your evaporator fan is working. If it's working, then check your damper between the freezer and the fresh foods to make sure it's not stuck closed. If the damper and fan are okay, then your thermostat or temp sensor is most likely bad.
If your evaporator isn't frosty, or has only about half a frost pattern or less, or has one big ice ball on it, then you have lost your coolant in the sealed system and the leak needs to be fixed and the coolant recharged by a professional.
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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