Question about Amana ABB1927DE Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Seems like a fairly common problem with many different causes. In this case the freezer works fine, I can hear the fan running, but no cold air is coming out of the Fridge area, unless that is, the freezer door is open, then wonderful cold air rushes out of the output.
Is there an air intake somewhere that is clogged causing this problem?
Thanks in advance for your help!
We just had this problem and were about to use this message as a help, but as we emptied out the freezer, the frig started working again! There was just too much stuff crammed in up against the back of the freezer. This cause too much ice build up and this casused the frig to stop working. thanks.
Posted on May 09, 2008
Sure is you nailed it, behind the lower crisper drawer is air retunr make sure nothing covering those. removing back panel of freezer will also show problem, id assume iceis building up on either side. remove ive and refrig is restored. make sure doors are sealong sounds like warm aire getting in somehow
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