Question about Refrigerators
Hi, Sorry to hear you've got an issue with your fridge in the middle of summer. Do you have a dual control for seperate temps? If you've already done that then see below,
So heres how things work, Refrigeration is a by-product of your freezers normal process.
Meaning that air is circulated between the two to chill the frige portion. Its very likely that either the fan has quit or the circulation vent and /or blades are blocked by ice.Try holding the door open and pressing the button for the light and listen for the fan running. If you don't hear it, it's time to defrost the freezer and clean out the fridge. You will also have to disassemble the panels in the fridge, (unscrew) and inspect every thing you can get your hands on to clear up the possibilities.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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