Question about Kenmore Refrigerators
We dicovered that our refridgerators' freezer is not keeping things frozen....in other words it's too warm. We have tried turning it up a bit and still it's not right. I suspect that the condenser coils probably need cleaning which we can't do til this weekend. My question is by turning the freezer all the way up is there any danger of causing a fire because the coils are too dust covered and it will be working very hard to try and keep things cool?
The position of the thermostat makes no difference so long as the temperature is not kicking it off. You could aim a small fan at the bottom grille to see if it helps the box to chill. If it makes a difference then you are probably right about the condenser coils. If it makes no difference, you may have a defrost system failure, or low on refrigerant.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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