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First thing make sure t-stat ac leads are in tact,now check for voltage out side to condensor,check an see if you are gettin 24 volts to condensor,now check the run start compasitor......check those things an one of them should be your problem

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The freezer works fine but the refrigerator will not get cold.


On most new refrigerators there is damper that opens and allows the cold air from the freezer to circulate through the fresh food side.
I have seen this same problem caused by over stuffing either the freezer side and or the fresh foods side. On the sides of the fresh foods section there are normally vents which allow cold air from the freezer side to flow. If these are covered up, the air cannot circulate and without air circulation, the temp rise.

Both freezer side and fresh food side work because air is allowed to circulate around your product. I saw a refrigerator that the bottom half was 70 degrees and top half 38 degrees. The shelf about halfway down was completely blocking airflow. Threw out a bunch of boldly items and bags, rearranged items so air could flow and unit started working properly again.

If the damper is not opening, I have seen them freeze shut. It may have to be thawed.

There is also on some models a recirculation fan that gets turned on to circulate cold air from freezer. If this fan burns out or is blocked, it may need to be replaced.

You can go to searspartsdirect.com with your make and model number and get a complete drawing and parts breakdown for most refrigerators. And more important, you can buy them and have the part typically in two days at your door.
Hope this help!

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The freezer is cold but why is the refrigerator warm?


Likely, either your circulation fan has stopped working due to icing, or you have ice buildup in the cold air duct between the freezer and refrigerator. Try unplugging your refrigerator overnight with the doors open, mop up any melt water with towels, then plug the refrigerator back in next day. Listen for the circulation fan in the freezer and, if it is not working or not moving air, replace the circulation fan.

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My Panasonic led tv just shuts off , wait 10 mins


It could be the room temperature or the TV is placed in a box type cabinet, thus restricting the air circulation at the back of the TV. Flat screen TV's generate a lot of heat and without proper air circulation, they usually shut down to prevent damage to its components. Are you in the middle of a cold spell? Usually when it's cold, you have the heaters on hi heat, yes? Try and reduce the heat or place the TV on a cabinet with ample air circulation and then see the difference.

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Kenmore side by side Refrigerator top portion is not getting cold. The freezer is working and the bottom portion of the refrigerator is cold but not the top portion of the refrig,


the refrigerator simply by transferring the cold air from freezer via circulation fan the temp controls tells the fan to circulate cold air until the thermostat is satisfied I would check to see if the fan is blowing on most models I have seen its located in the left rear wall closest to the freezer above the top shelf

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My air conditoner blows cold for maybe 15 minutes than warm


Are you using a "very powerful" AC to cool off a relatively small space? The AC has a thermostat, if the return air is meeting set point, the compressor would stop. The fan could still be circulating, hence the perception of warm air. What you should do is don't block the ventilation, and direct the cold air toward the ceiling. The cold air will sink (due to higher density) and create better circulation and temperature mixing.

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Convection oven blowing cold air


If your fan is blowing cold air, it's the air inside the oven that circulates. It has nothing to do with the fan. Convection circulates the existing air in the oven. Sounds like you might deselect the convection setting if this continues to happen. We have parts, so please let us know if we can help any further. :>)

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Cold air circulating fan


behind back panel inside freezer. take back panel off

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MY FREEZER IS GETTING TOO COLD AND THE FRIDGE IS NOT GETTING COLD AT ALL


In most refrigerator freezers, the refrigerator gets its cold from the freezer. The evaporator fan circulates air over the coils in the freezer and cold air circulates into the refrigerator through vents. If the vents are blocked or closed, then the fridge will not get cold enough but the freezer will. If neither is cold enough, then the number of possibilities increases.
Lowering the freezer temperature will increase the cooling cycle activity. Setting the refrigerator temperature may have little affect on the cooling cycles because it simply changes the vent opening size. Decreasing the fridge temperature opens the vents more and increases air circulation from the freezer.
The temperature can be adjusted using the controls found inside the refrigerator or freezer. The ideal freezer temperature is about 0 to 5 degrees (F) and about 38 degrees (F) for the fridge.
Measure the temperature by placing a cup of water with a cooking thermometer into the refrigerator for about 2 hours or more. To test the freezer, substitute alcohol or cooking oil.

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GE Monogram freezer not freezing food & refreegiration side not cold enough


first thing to look for is the freezer fan running. then is the air circulating in compartment. blockage is a cause. themostat setting is important.you can leave freezer door open and trigger the door switch.you should feel cold air comming ot. i know it may sound silly check to see if freezer light goes off when shutting door. fan,circulation,cold air input.thermostat,lightoff. good luck

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Side-by-side fridge is freezing food on bottom shelf


Look to the freezer section for a possible frosting on the back wall. If you have a defrost problem in the freezer and air circulation stops cold air from the freezer may settle through the return area of the duct between the refrigerator and freezer section because cold air is heavier the warm air. Normal circulation follows a clockwise pattern.
Also your setting of the refrigerator temperature may be set to cold. Once again cold air settles to the bottom.

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