Question about Refrigerators
Is has something to do with the flow of air from the freezer compartment into the fridge department. First make sure the thermostat on the fridge side is set to colder, then check out for obstructions in the air passage ways, you may have to remove your food for a better view. One's at the top, one is at the bottom. the other thing, try to find out if the fan within the freezer is running as it's supposed to, since it's what takes care of circulating the air throughout the fridge. One common source of blockage is accumulated ice in the freezer side which blocks off the opening into the fridge side. The openings are meant to stay clear.
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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