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Check to see if the compressor in back is running. It could need a new compressor start device. If it is running it could need a new compressor. The compressor cooling fan could be stalled and the compressor is overheating.
This normally indicates that the gas is low. If compressor runs continuously, but fridge does not cool, then you must have a regas done. Dont let it run like this cos it can damage compressor by overheating.
Hi , First thing you need to check is that the fan is working in the freezer to push the cold air into the fridge. If you have a magnet put it up against the sensor on the door sill so as you can leave the door open.
I understand that your Refridgerator is not getting cold. I do not know if it is just the fridge or the fridge and freezer. If both are getting warm then you need to make sure the compressor is running in the back at the bottom of the fridge it will be humming. If the compressor is not running then nothing is going to get cold.
If the compressor is running then you may have a problem with your fan not running inorder to move around the cold air. Below are two tips that will help you to check both of them.
Check to make sure that the fan in the freezer is running whenever the compressor turns on to cool the unit down. If the fan's not going, warmer moist air from the fridge will make the air duct frost up. The fan needs to be running to blow the cold air into the fridge section.
More likely than not there is a blockage of ice bettween the freezer and the refridgerator. most fridges work to get the freezer cold as a priority.Then the cold freezer air is circulated throughout the rest of the unit to keep the fridge cold. Thats why you may hear a fan running in the fridge unit while the compressor is not on. Unplug and open the doors to warm the inside. Look at the plastic piece bettween the two units and remove. See if there is ice build up and use a hair dryer to melt, dry area out and restart the unit by plugging back in or turning temp dial. Hope this helps.
Condenser is in need of being cleaned badly or your fan motor to cool the condenser is not operating. Compressor is overheating. Removed the panel in back of the refrigerator and clean the condenser so air can freely pass over it for heat removal. Allow compressor to cool off before restarting it.