Question about Refrigerators
Inside all around the door frame includes a low power heating element which is an electrical wire which is suppose to keep the door frame sligtly hot so that avoiding any building of ice so the door will stuck.
This element is control with a thermostat which is located in the electric control panel and it control the element avoiding from overheating of above aprox 50 to 55 degrees celcius. However it can go sometimes litle more luk 60 degrees. So I advice to proceed to replace either the element or thermostat only if it exceed the level of 60 degrees and this for a long time. if the heat it can not be too hot then their is not any problem for the fridge to work like this and save some money on service.
Posted on May 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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