Question about Refrigerators
Sound like it is overheating. Try cleaning the condenser coils on the bottom or back with a vacuum and a brush and make sure they have room to breathe. Air needs to circulate over them to dissipate heat. A few inches from the wall and no rug blocking the front vent at the bottom of fridge.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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