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Puncture hole in my kegorator

MY SON PUT A PUNCTURE HOLE IN THE INSIDE (BACK WALL) OF OUR KEGORATOR. I BELIEVE THIS PART IS CALLED THE EVAPORATOR? IT HISSED FOR A WHILE AND LET OUT AN ODOR, IT OF COURSE STOPPED COOLING. CAN THIS BE FIXED? IT IS ONLY ABOUT 3-4 YRS OLD, A HAIER

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Yes, find a licensed refrigeration technician. They will solder the hole and recharge with refrigerant. It should then be as good as new (or however old it is).

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OMG ROFL!!!

Well... here's an idea.

Drill a 1/2 inch hole where you punctured the wall of the freezer, make sure you don't hit the coils. Then goto lowes/home depot and get that expansion foam that is used to insulate windows and holes in houses. Grab a razor blade and scalp off the excess after it's dried. Now cover the foam on the inside of the freezer with 2 part epoxy or "shoe goo" or e6000 (these are the toughest glues I have ever used) which is available at a hobby shop. Make sure you do a test with the foam and the glue on cardboard first to make sure the glue won't eat at the foam.

Are you sure you punctured the coil? If you did you can goto an auto part place and ask for a compression fitting (most commonly used to repair brake lines on cars) for what ever tube size the coil is, use a fine ruler is the best. Then you can repair the coil by using a pipe cutter to cut the coil and put it back together with the compression fitting. Now call the appliance service guys and have them come out and recharge the system.

Fixed, total cost... about $50 bucks

Other solution, replace entire fridge, total cost $$$$$

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It might be more economical to get a new refrigerator.

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