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I wish to know the ideal ON-OFF time of the Compressor and how to adjust the same in my refrigerator.


you don't adjust it
the run time is set by the thermostat so when a high temp reading is reached the compressor starts and when the low temp is reached it is switched off
By setting the thermostat in the fridge you are moving that set band (on/off range) up or down
if you find that the compressor is running for too long or constantly starting and stopping, items to check are door seals. door adjustment,number of times the door is being opened and how long it is being held open for

Apr 07, 2018 | Refrigerators

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I need help programming my thermostat.


This is the manual for your thermostat;
http://www.ntsupply.com/files/products/0037-6841.pdf
The only thing thats little out with these is that you sometimes have to adjust the temp dial in the inside of the unit to make it read the same temp as the room.

Jun 04, 2011 | White Rodgers White-Rodgers 1F85RF-275...

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I am a florist with a 26 feet src refrigeration box (unit), I cannot control the temp at the desired rate, it keeps fluctuating to a higher (hotter) temp. Need your advise


your going to adjust the thermostat setting if your thermostat is digital type you press it yuor desired temp. ex from 10 to 1 to adjust it to cool if your thermostat is analog to adjust it to cool rotate the knob clockwise to adjust the setting to cool but observe it to get you desired temp.

Mar 02, 2011 | SRC Refrigeration LD126-4 10'6' LongDoor...

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Hotpoint ew81n cooker. Non working oven thermostat has been replaced. The cooker temperature is hotter than the dial reading. What can I adjust to make them the same?


Hi.
Unfortunately, the oven thermostat is non adjustable.
However, it is normal for oven temperatures to vary by + or - 10% of the setting.
This is acceptable, so to compensate, set the temp 10% less of the required temp setting.
Make sure you have the sensor fitted correctly inside the oven compartment
Make sure that the thermometer is accurate if you are checking the temperature with one.

Feb 23, 2011 | Hotpoint Ovens

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I have an arcticaire a40ra model which usually holds temp at 4C. I came into work this morning and everything is frozen. I don't see a thermostat to adjust or reset temp. How do i adjust the temp?


There has to be a control somewhere on the fridge. Some newer models have digital controls located on the outer doors panels, or its going to be inside. Read your owners manual

www.FixMyFridge.net


Mar 08, 2010 | Refrigerators

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I have a frigidaire stove that heats to 50 degrees hotter than the know setting. Can it be adjusted to read correctly?


There is a calibration method to adjust the oven thermostat plus/minus 35 degrees if it is a digital display. The method varies depending on the model range. This calibration method is used to adjust the thermostat if it is not keeping proper tempature. For example if you are setting the oven to 350 and the actual temp it is keeping is 325 then you could use the calibration method to adjust it plus 25 degrees to correct the temp. Just so you know electric ovens will keep a pretty even temp but gas ovens will vary by 40 or more degrees to keep an "average" temp. For example the burner will come on when the oven is 330 degrees and turn off at 370. 330+370 then divide by 2=350. So a oven thermometer may not show you the temp you set it at in a gas oven but does not mean the oven temp is off.

Jan 14, 2010 | Ovens

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Have Infinity thermostat that does not keep correct room temp. It is 5 degrees higher. Any suggestions? Thank you This house is not yet finished but power is on and Heat pump runs. Says temp. is 55 and we...


this is a factory setting and can not be adjusted. the only adjustment is the heat anticipator which has nothing to do with what you are talking about. also the thermostat like any other will only read the temp where it is and cold air in a wall can manipulate the bimetal in the tstat. you can try taking it loose and placing something behind it to create a dead air space that should help insulate it from the cold air

Dec 19, 2009 | Refrigerators

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Oven temp. is off at times, varies how many degrees


Replace the thermostat, and it should solve your problem.
Please rate my solution.
Thanks.

Nov 09, 2009 | Kenmore Ovens

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