Question about Frigidaire Refrigerators
Check the temperature control settings
Allow about 24 hours for the unit to cool down and stabilize after initial installation
Make sure that both the refrigerator and freezer contain a reasonable food load
Make sure refrigerator and freezer doors can close and can properly seal
Make sure the back wall of the freezer does not have an ice build-up
Check to see if large containers are placed against the back wall of the refrigerator
Check to see if the condenser is dirty
Be sure the refrigerator is installed in an area where the temperature will not go below 60°F (16°C) or exceed 110°F
Verify that the refrigerator has proper air clearance
Make sure the interior lights are going off when the doors are closed
Your refrigerator may be in its Defrost Cycle
Clean the bottom of the unit and make sure there is no dust or dirt blocking the fans
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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