Question about Frigidaire Refrigerators
Fridge not going into defrost. That could be due to defrost timer in the fridge compartment next to thermostat, or the defrost thermostat in the freezer on the evap. Looks like a button on the cooling coils.
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
yeah if the fan does not work when you press the light switch thats the cause for the temperature proble, because the low temperature is not circulating stays just in one palce and yes you can replace just the fan get the manual from GE to see how to do it
Posted on Dec 30, 2007
suspect you have a problem with the defrost system and hence the noise with the fan. take back panel off inside the freezer and if i'm right, melt ice off with a hairdryer. get back to me to say the results if you want
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
jame open the back cover of the evaporator are in the frezeer section you will a type of radioator thats is your evaporator now check for frost if just frosted is ok if all iced up and a lot of ice then yoy have a defrost problem if no frost and compressor is running and you are sure of that then check the name plate for the date the unit was manufacture is less tha 5 years call a tech ou to check for freon or restriction ;leaks if less than 5 years is free but you have to be sure is running becuase the seal system in the only one under warranty ok
Posted on Nov 03, 2008
it sounds like the compressor, or something near it. it is generally the only moving part in a refrigerator other than the door, so would be my first guess. If it is constantly running, but staying cool in the freezer there may be a small leak somewhere or the compressor is losing power, and pumping slower.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
The accumulation of ice on one side indicates a refrigerant problem. Basically there is a refrigerant leak and some of the refrigerant has been lost.
A technician can repair the leak and re gas the refrigerant for you.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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