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Fridge not cooling enough... Repairman said that the board has gone bad but everything works fine other than the fan...Was he just trying to sell me a $400 board or what?

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Sounds like either your evaporator fan is bad, or your condensor fan is bad underneath your fridge or your condensor lines are dirty. I would check those things out first.The evaporator fan is located in the freezer behind the back panel. You should be able to here and feel the fan. Good luck!

Posted on Aug 20, 2010

  • dcapinegro Aug 20, 2010

    The fan in the freezer is not working, but does that mean the board could be bad? Where can I order a fan for this? Thanks.

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