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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Fridge does not get cold enough
first the freezer does all the cooling there are air vents in top of the refrigerator that the evaporator fan draws air through then blows it down to cool the fridge in the fridge section you should see an air vent if you don't have a defrost problem then you have an air flow problem first do you hear the fan running if you see heavy frost on the back wall of the freezer wall where the fan is then you have a defrost problem and that's a different repair but if you don't then remove the four screws and pull the panel carefully as the fan is there see if there is heavy frost on the evaporator a large aluminum honey comb so much that air cannot come through it under that part will be an a tray with around hole in it make sure that's is not frozen and the drain hole is open then check that the square hole that goes down to the fridge is clear and check the two square styrofoam intake blocks are clea you an pull them out gently and see if its iced up under there after you check that reply to me on any fault
Posted on Dec 31, 2007
Use a hairdryer all around the gasket to soften the vinyl then "twist" the door until you get a good fit. Leave the door shut and switch to "cool". Don't open the door until the gasket is at room temp. Tighten screws all around in random order. Repeat if necessary. In severe cases it might be necessary to "shim" the hinges out just a bit with cardboard.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
The unit will draw between 6 and 12 amps on start up and running it should use less than 1.6 amps. The start up amps will increase with age. Funny how that works the same for people as it does for machines. I hope this will FixYa. Please dont forget to rate. Mike
Posted on Sep 24, 2008
Hi, It's supposed to do that. Fill the base with water, then select an ice cube size, then click "start". It should start making ice within 20-30 minutes. The power goes off here all the time and that's how we re-start the machine. The important part is to first select the ice cube size, then click on "start'. I have no idea why it has to be done in that sequence. I have the same model, only I got it two years ago.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
Sounds like you have the unit out of level front to back leaning towards the back. Try leveling or just tilted a little with the top leaning just a little toward you. This should keep it from flying all the way around.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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