Question about Smeg FA350X Stainless Steel Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
The Fridge appears to be staying at room temparature, although the Freezer is OK. The green light is ON
The Fridge thermostat was at 4 and I have tried it at both 9 and 0 for different periods. The condensor backplate does not feel cold nor have any condensation on it
I can hear and "feel" the compressor running
Does the unit have a separate compressor for each section?
SOURCE: freezer not working
The compressor does run warm but not hot, if the freezer is not cooling then the comp is faulty, approach local repair agent for cost. Regards The Advisor Smeg Agent
Posted on Aug 21, 2007
We had the same problem and were told that gas was not circulating properly. We had it topped up, but it broke a week later. It had to be scrapped.
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
SOURCE: SMEG FAB28
Check the seal is tight all around the door - clean it to within an inch of it's life.
Then make sure the drain hole (inside at the bottom of the fridge) isn't blocked (a long handled screwdriver with kitchen roll wrapped around it will suffice). You can tell the drain hole is blocked as it's characterised by the door being difficult to open in quick succession (plus - you can see it's blocked).
Next, defrost the fridge completely: Power off, open door on freezer compartment & fridge and mop up the damp. When totally dry, turn back on (without food - let it cool properly before putting food back).
I had the condensation problem and it's now sorted. Not sure which cause was responsible, but the 'solution' is worth a try.
Posted on May 22, 2008
SOURCE: Smeg Fridge light
What you need to locate is the door switch mechanism for the fridge. These are normally located towards the top of the door and protrude so that when the door closes the switch is pushed in. To find out if you have a problem with the switch just press it when the door is open and the light should go off. The switch itself can appear in various forms either as a protruding rod or a curved plate which pushes upwards against the door side when it closes. If I could draw in this section it could be better explained. But if you look around the inside of the fridge on the side away from the door hinge then you should find something you can push. Sorry to be this vague. If you do need a replacement switch they are normally quite simple to change depending on where they are located, most are two screws, or just a push in type. Hope this has been of some help.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
beneath the freezer usualy installed timer and a fan look for a hidden screw on the sides...check the fan bushing f its lose or has a clearance change it f not check for the timer if its busted...replace.. becareful...electric shock can kill
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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