Question about Refrigerators
Hi Missy Blues,
Your Fridge is in major need of defrosting. This will require you to clear the goods out of your Freezer temporarily. I believe you have a Problem with a component is the Auto defrost Circuit. First of all we need to get the frost out. Once you have the Freezer cleared, Turn the freezer off. Place a Hair dryer in the door of the freezer with its nozzle pointing at the back of the freezer compartment. Run the Hairdryer for a couple of hours blowing into the freezer with the freezer door crak open slightly. This should melt all the frist in your freezer. You will probably need some towels to help soak up water. Once the Freezer is defrosted. Remove the panel inside back of the freezer. The section under the icemaker. You will see a radiator coil. Disconnect power to the fridge. At the bottom of this Radiator coil you will see a device bolted to the bottom of the coil with wires going to both ends. This is your Defrost Heater. REmove it. It is a glass tube with a spring looking heater inside. If the spring parts is burned apart, the heater is bad, and that is your problem. Put all the goods back in your freezer, and turn it on. Go to Sears Parts store and get another defrost heater. You will need the model number of your Fridge. Good Luck
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
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