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Help hooking the water line up to a RCA NO-FROST MSX22GR21.7 cu. ft. Refridgerator -Freezer

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You must have water connection behind refrigerator. If you have water connection at wall, water hookups to refrigerators are 1/4 ,you can use copper w compression fittings to hookup. If not familiar with, might need to call plumber or ref tech

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Possibly freezer drain blocked causing ice build-up behind back freezer wall. This internal wall should be accessible by removing screws.Check fan motor in that area is working and also check that all door seals have no cracks or tears. This can cause ice build-up and motor to run longer than normally. benham's suggestion another possibility.Naturally have power off when dismantling anything.

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SOURCE: Frost build up in freezer/ very little cold air is blowing down to the bottom

HI thanks for your question. look to see if you can hear the fan motor running. if it is check for frost build up. if frost build up. its not going into the defrost cycle. thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer. thanks.

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i had the same thing with my Refrig/Freeze and the repair guy said that most times its a leak around the door seal. Take a piece of paper and put it between the door seal and where it touchs the freezer close the door see if the paper pulls out easly, if it does then you have and air leak, repeat it all the way around the door. Check the bottom side carefully. One other thing check the tempeture in the freezer it only needs to be between 0 and -5. Too cold will also cause air to be pulled through the seals.

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Here are som links that will be helpful. I believe ice is blocking the defros condensate dran behind the freezer back wall of the freezer compartment.
Here are some helpful links.
http://appliancejunk.com/forums/index.php?topic=22.0 and http://fixitnow.com/wp/2009/05/26/the-permanent-cure-for-repeatedly-freezing-condensate-drains-in-whirlpool-roper-kitchenaid-top-mount-refrigerators/ Pour a warm solution down the drain with Clorox and I think that will help too. Hope this helps. Thanks, Sea Breeze

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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SOURCE: refrigerator wont stay cold.Freezer works fine,no frost buildup

i replace the evaporator fan, this fan problem is hard to diagnose because the fan will spin but not fast enough to circulate the chilled air thru the freezer and the refrigerator. The minimum cost to repair/replace is around $300.00

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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Hello, actually my Maytag refrigerator is 22 cu ft. bottom -mount freezer. I'm pretty sure my freezer is the frost less kind but it has started getting frost and almost snow in it. I was just wondering...


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Any freezer will accumulate frost on walls etc, eventually.Mostly in the summer when there's more moist air and door openings. The fan is supposed draw all moisture to the evaporator coils so you won[t get the frost , So if it is excessive check to make sure refridgerator compartment is keeping cold.If it seems warm to you,you probably have defrost issues.
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