Question about Dometic RM2652 Refrigerator
You have something wrong with the vent going from the freezer to the fridge. You probably have a defrost problem and ice is blocking the vent that goes from the freezer and comes out in the roof of the rerigerator compartment. Replace your defrost timer and bimetal,
you didn't give me much...that said, try a full defrost of the unit. You probably have a buildup of ice caused by condensation. This is probably because the door seal isn't doing its job well. If the coils that do the cooling are not exposed, you must either wait for a full defrost...about 2 days or figure out how to remove the covering panels and go about melting the ice. If you do, be sure that any heating equipment...like a hair dryer...be kept from getting wet. If this happens again, you probably have low gas levels in the box...you'll need a tech. Be sure you unplug the box.
How to check for low gas: Once the unit is defrosted, start it up with the coil covers off...after about 5 minutes, you should see an even coat of frost at both ends of the coils. If not, wait 5 minutes more. If still not, you're low. Alternate method: Go round back and find the compressor...the big black thing. It has a couple of pipes sticking out. The largest is the suction line. Start the unit. Wait about 5 minutes. It will frost up. It should either get dry or form liquid condensate on it if you've got enough gas. If it stays frosted, you're low.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ONE OF FOUR THINGS IS HAPPENING,YOUR FAN IN FREEZER HAS STOPPED,YOUR DEFROST THERMOSTAT IS BAD,YOUR DEFROST HEATER IS BAD,OR THE DEFROST TIMER IS BAD,REMOVE THE FREEZER BACK PANEL AND YOU CAN CHECK ALL BUT THE DEFROST TIMER DEPENDING ON MODEL MOST ARE IN THE FRIG.,LET ME KNOW-MIKE
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
you have a defrost problem either a bimetal thermostat, defrost timer or a heater. open doors and unplug unit for 2 days to let defrost it will work great for a week or so. not to costly to fix either way
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
Here are some diagnostic flow charts and info that may help you diagnose the problem:
Posted on Jun 24, 2010
SOURCE: Freezer freezing very cold on
Sounds to me like a defective fan.Please check the fans whether they are working.
Next you should do is to clean the coils at back of your device if they are dusty.
Also check your freeser ,if it is overfilled please make space for air to circulate in fridge and don't overfill any shelf.
Check these and reply me.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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