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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fridge side wont cool properly.
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• After 24 hours, adjust the controls as needed. Adjust temperature gradually: push the button in small increments,
allowing the temperature to stabilize.
• Press the button(Freezer Temp or Fridge Temp) repeatedly until the desired set temper.
• For lower temperature, press the button(Freezer Temp or Fridge Temp) towards coldest.
• For higher temperature, press the button(Freezer Temp or Fridge Temp) towards cold.
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Posted on Oct 06, 2009
SOURCE: The freezer doesn't freeze and
Hello, welcome to FixYa.
I'll start by saying...that's a good start to diagnosis on your part, good job. Thank you for providing some back round. Unfortunately I have to follow that up with this...Those are all typically a good indicator of s system low on refrigerant...if the compressor is indeed operating. Are you able to confirm it is operating for sure ?
I usually find those unit's leaking right under where the defrost bi-metal is clipped onto the evaporator.
**Unplug the unit from the wall before proceeding to removing any panels...safety first**
If you remove the back evaporator cover inside the freezer to inspect the evaporator for a complete frost pattern (which is what I'd suggest if the compressor is indeed running), then also check the bi-metal (also known as a "dts" or defrost thermostat shown below) and inspect it closely for any sign of oil, that may pin-point the leak.
Let me know as much as you can in regards to my questions and I'll watch for your post to follow up from here. Please include if you can a confirmation it is a Frigidaire model FRT22TSE...Good luck.
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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