Question about Kenmore 24.8 cu. ft. TRIO Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Hi, welcome to Fixya A very common problem with those fridges actually. Check to make sure the door sensor`s are secure and contacting each other when the door is closed. You can do this by accessing one or both sides of the door sensors at the hinge assembly cover at the cabinet top. There should be sensor`s on either side which sense when the door is closed by "making" with magnets on the doors. They sometimes become loose from where they are held in place and therefore do not indicate the door is actually closed. That is the most likely cause. If this does indeed help you solve your issue please take a moment and rate it accordingly. If it doesn't solve the problem let me know and I'll try and assist you further. Thanks for visiting "fixya" today. good luck. macmarkus :)
Posted on May 16, 2010
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