Question about Refrigerators
Tried cleaning it and its ok for one day then melts and fills with water again. help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First give me the entire model # on the sticker from the inside of the fridge and I can definitely help you with this. Let's solve it before you rate it.
Posted on Oct 18, 2007
Read your user manual - but I would suggest that you may not have setup the balance properly. Check the level of the machine and adjust to be as square as possible by adjusting the feet at the bottom. If the water isnt coming in on both hot and cold sounds like a common problem - perhaps the water level sensor is playing up or something else has been knocked during transportation of the machine when you moved house. Check your user manual for troubleshooting. Sounds dumb, but check that 'delay start' isnt selected also. check both hoses filters are not blocked.
Posted on May 04, 2008
somebody is pulling your leg.
messy filter will not cause no fill as long as machine has drained tho it will cause other problems
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
This is a fault with the water pressure sensor - it doesen't sense any.
8 times out of 10 the sensor is fine - but the pipe that connects it to an air chamber has a hole or is disconnected.
Turn it off (water and electric) and unplug. Remove the top, and check small hoses that go down the side of the machine. Replace any damaged hoses (take original to spares shop)
Replace and reconnect.
If you cannot see anything wrong - take the hose off anyway that connects to a sensor on the end of it. Take it off the lower end only- check it over fully, and blow down it. You should hear a click from the sensor. A test meter would help to see if it is functioning.
Replace sensor if faulty.
If it still produces the same fault - you may have a control board fault.
Please post back here if you cannot solve it for further test procedures.
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Posted on Jan 10, 2009
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