Question about Refrigerators
Only 14 months old. Compressor runs almost continuously. Freezer fan blows cool air.
When the compressor is running all the time and the freezer is not cold enough, it could be the hot side can't lose the heat, see if something is blocking the radiator on the back, but most likely you lost the cooling fluid through a leak in the cooling system. When the temperature is rising slowly through the days (or hours) while the agregate is running, that will be the problem. You won't be able to fill it up yourself. The system is filled and sealed.
Posted on Apr 16, 2015
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