Question about Refrigerators
As a start, try cleaning the coils and fan under the refrigerator.
You would not believe how many refrigerators and freezers I've worked on which required nothing but a good coil cleaning. The dirtier these coils get, the less efficient the unit becomes until it reaches a point that it almost appears as if the refrigerant unit is not working at all when all it really needs is a good cleaning.
While you're under there, be sure the fan is running to pull air over the coils to cool and condense the freon inside them.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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