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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Something has stopped the cold air being ducted from freezer side to refrigerator side of things. Possibly duct blocked due to ice build up, evaporator not self defrosting etc. Turn unit off for a few days till it melts and then turn back on. If it was because a door has been left slightly open you will be ok. If for any other reason you will want to have it serviced in the next week or so.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
Your condenser where the heat is removed from the refrigeration system may be plugged with dust. The condenser is more than likely located in back of the refrigerator behind a removable panel. Remove the panel and clean it out. Reinstall the panel after you have cleaned the condenser.
Check the back wall of the freezer for frost buildup. If there is frost buildup on the back wall it indicates that there is a problem in the defrost circuit.
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Posted on Jun 01, 2008
I cleaned condenser coils with vacum, emptied the defrost tray and vacumed all the dust from the unit, unplugging first of course. Now it is working just fine. Thank you fixya for all your help and postings.
I still can't find the model number anyplace on the unit. This unit is only 2 1/2 year old but no model number to be found on the unit. But
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
Check the condenser, behind the toe plate under the doors, for dust buildup. Clean using vacuum crevasse tool to get into the tighter areas. Remove the back panel on the lower edge of the refrigerator back section. Check for fan operation and clean by vacuuming out all dust . Carefully feel the lines coming from the compressor, small one should be hot and larger one should be cool or cold.
Inside the freezer, check the back wall for signs of frost buildup. This would indicate a defrost system problem. The defrost system is controlled by a timer, the timer turns on the heaters that melt the frost on the freezer coil, a defrost terminator switch turns off the heaters when coil reaches temperature for all frost to be gone. Locate the timer which has a clutch head screw so it can only be turned in a clockwise direction. Turn the screw clockwise very SLOWLY until you hear one audible click. Defrost should start. Wait 18-22 minutes. If refrigerator restarts the compressor and defrost does not happen Your problem would be in the defrost heater circuit.
Posted on Jul 06, 2008
SOURCE: Fridge not keeping food cold.
When you open door to freezer do you hear a fan inside that compartment blowing? If you don't the fan motor is shot and will need to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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