Question about Refrigerators
Hi, sounds like the damper or damper belt may be at fault. The cold air
enters the refer compartment through the damper in the back. If that
damper is not controlled to close/open as needed it is likely stuck
fully open all the time. That will let cold air in no matter what the
t-stat says. See if you can view with a mirror and see if the damper
"blinds" are fully open. If the t-stat is turned all the way down the
dampers should close, as less cold air is needed. Then, as the t-stat
is turned up, the dampers open to let in cold air from the freezer
Posted on May 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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