Question about KitchenAid Refrigerators
This can be caused bu a lot of problems: the thermostat is faulty, the compressor is dead, the controlling valve is malfunctioning, the coolant/freon has leaked out, the fan doesn't work, the air channel between the freezer and the refrigerator is blocked, heck, there could be even a fault on an electric cable. Without more details and a serious testing it's impossible to provide a better answer. All i can say to you is to start checking for power: at the wall socket, at the thermostat, at the compressor, at the valve (if your unit has one). If all are active and functional then the fluid has been lost.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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