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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: cubic feet?
Most refrigerator models with two digits, the rest letters, the digits stand for the cubic foot capacity of the refrigerator. In you case, 23 cubic foot model.
Posted on Sep 16, 2008
SOURCE: Ice build up in freezer
Defrost system failure.
Defrost timer, heater, therma disk, any one could be bad.
You could manually defrost and this would get the Ref back to working for a couple of days before it iced up again. Remember there is a lot of ice build up on the cooling coils in the freezer that you can't see so, a little extra time with a hair dryer is needed to do a complete manual defrost.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
WATTAGE AND CU.FT IS UP TO YOU. JUST MAKE SURE WHAT YOU GET FITS LIKE THE OLD ONE DID DIMENSIONS WISE. THE HIGHER THE WATTAGE THE FASTER THEY COOK AND HEAT FOOD UP.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
Remove anything in the unit that could spill or tip over. Raise the front leveling legs to allow unit to roll. Slide the unit out from the wall. Place something between the refrigerator and the wall to protect surfaces. ***Make sure you have someone to assist with this next part. Tilt unit to the side and lean it against the wall to raise up the roller to be replaced. There is a metal base that supports the rollers, compressor, condenser and fan motor. You will see a heavy duty metal pin that goes through the roller. Bend down the metal tab in the base to remove roller pin. Replace the roller, reinstall bin and bend the tab back up. Carefully set the refrigerator back down on all four rollers. push back in place and screw down the front leveling legs.
Posted on May 02, 2009
I just replace my defrost timer & defrost thermostat. The timer is in the front bottom. Remove the kick plate at the bottom & you should see an orange knob. It takes about 10 min to replace. The thermostat is located in the freezer section. Remove the lower panel. This will expose the cooling coils and the defrost thermostat. Takes about an hour to replace.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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