Question about Refrigerators
This could be due to a few reasons
1. not enough air circulation behind the frigde to cool the coils and compressor
2. compressor working in overdrive due to low temperature setting on the fridge or leaky doors (check of ice formation if door is leaky)
3. leak in refrigerant causing compressor to over compensate - might need to check if refrigerant is leaking
Observe if the compressor is running constantly or there are moments of quiet time.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
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