Question about Refrigerators
Freezer and fresh food will not stay cold unless the "turbo" mode is used. I have replaced the thermistors, thermostat, the main control board (WR49X10147), made lots of voltage/signal measurements, and cleaned it to no avail. Does it have a self diagnostic feature? Appreciate any help you can offer.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What is your Freezer temp rating?
Did you check the refrigerant PSI rating?
Is your condenser restricted?
Let try adjust refrigerator to less cold and adjust more cold for freezer. and see what your temp rating.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
there's a temp sensor on the evap coil part WR55X10025,i would change that out and when you changed the board if there's a wire in the second pin of the connector with ithink 9 pins on it you have to cut the wire that's in the second pin,if there's no wire in the first pin but one in the second pin then leave it alone,look at the paper that came with the board and it will tell you what connector it is,let me know what you find,the old sensor has like a black piece on it where the wires come out of it,the new one is all white but you should change the sensor when you change out the board
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
Temperature settings adjusted too cold. If controls are set too high it causes the unit to run longer. See use and care guide for more detailed information. Doors being opened frequently or for long periods. Each time the doors are opened, the cold air inside is exchanged with the warm humid room air which causes the unit to run longer. Open doors as seldom as possible and close them promptly.
Turn unit off and unplug the cord.
Temperature settings adjusted too cold.
If controls are set too high it causes the unit to run longer. See use and care guide for more detailed information. Doors being opened frequently or for long periods. Each time the doors are opened, the cold air inside is exchanged with the warm humid room air which causes the unit to run longer. Open doors as seldom as possible and close them promptly.
Posted on Sep 07, 2011
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