Question about Refrigerators
Did you plug it back in, turn it on and set the thermostat. Yes it can be repaired but at a price. Check with your local repair people and see what they say.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your not going into defrost, the fridge cycles into defrost every 8-10hrs for approx 20mins....problem could be multile items, the defrost time, defrost thermostat, or the defrost heater, will need a meter to ohm heater and thermostat...thermostat will be a closed circuit when it gets below 22degrees. ohm the heater out...if both check ok, will be a timer issue. Can do a simpler check....in the fridge section near controls there is a smal hole with a gear on the inside....that is your defrost timer. take a falt tip screwdriver and turn that gear until it clicks, this will put the fridge into defrost...if everything on the heater side is ok you will hear a sizzle from the ice melting
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
There is a damper door that opens and closes when you move the thermostat. I would bet the door is functioning incorrectly. All the cooling of a refrig comes from the freezer and gets blown into the refrigerator compartment. If that damper door is open too far it will have constant freezer air blowing in....and if it's not open enough obviously the refrig will not get cool. Look at the upper left corner of your refrigerator, the center rear wall of the refrig or just feel around for a vent will cool air blowing out of it......Then take it apart and see if anything is broken.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
SOURCE: Freezer section not freezing
If you only had ice buildup in one section of the evaporator you have a weak/inefficient compressor.
You need a new compressor or a new refrigerator.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
call the company you bought it from if it's new they should do a service call for free. Could be defective or oil in the capillary tube but somethings not right shut it down and unplug and make the call it won't cost anything and they can tell you what to check and if it does not work then they will come out and fix it for you. If you can't get to them and need it right away let me know and I will try to help but doing anything could void any warranty you might have. Hope this helps and thanks for using fix-ya.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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