Question about Freezers
The freezer is cooling properly. The refigerator take a long time to cool and lately we have had to keep adjusting the cooling control to a higher number. We are now at 10 and it takes hours to maintain 40. The coil does not have frost on it. Could we have a leak in the coil. Is it hard to replace a coil. Unit is 13 years old and out of warranty.
Make sure the coils are clean first both coils, then check the r22 freon
Posted on Oct 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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