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Admiral refrigerator (top/bottom) has stopped cooling. what could be the problem?

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It could be lack of gas.
maybe

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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I have a black admiral fridge( freezer on top, not side by side) the vents on bottom of freezer froze with ice and fridge stopped working completly


the evaporator coil or freezer coil need for flushing due to clogging on vents have a presence of oil need for reprocesses and charging of refrigerant after refrocessing.

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Freezer works fine, but fridge won't stay cool. I replaced the defrost timer.


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How about the fan at the condenser??? Is it running??? Is air being circulated from the freezer to the fridge...if not then find out what is stopping it...



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Our fridge freezer (Admiral GS20C63EV) stops cooling and needs to be turned off with doors open to difrost overnight. it works for a few days and again it stops cooling! both the fridge and freezer stops...


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Step one. Remove the light guard in the fresh food section and where the main thermostat is located is a slot where you can insert a screwdriver. This is where the timer is. With the machine running, turn the shaft clockwise until the machine shuts off. Wait 35 minutes. If the machine comes back on, the timer is o.k. if not replace it.

If the timer is o.k move over to the freezer side. With the machine having been on for at least 6 hours remove the rear panel.
Inspect the cooling coil closely. It should have a frost coating from bottom to top. If the top coils are clean, you have developed a freon leak and have a serious problem.

If the coil is active top to bottom, then you will need to replace the dual glass defrost heaters and the defrost thermostat. One or the other may still be good at the time but it isn't worth the hassle to go into the system twice.

Installing them is tedious but doable. Take your time and keep track of how it comes apart. It's a monkey see monkey do job.
Careful on pulling the new wires.

P.S.The top coils wil not be as heavily frosted as the bottom ones but must have an active coating of frost on them.

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I have an admiral refigerator (top freezer) less than 3 years old. The unit sat in a vacant house unplugged for about a year and now will not cool. Any suggestions


Good day,
Check in the freezer compartment to see if you can hear the fan motor running. They will freeze up if left off for extended periods of time.
Another fan motor on the bottom back near the compressor can suffer the same fate.
If both check O.K. Then since it's under 5 years you could have a refrigerant leak or a compressor problem that is under factory warranty.
Call your selling dealer for service.

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Admiral refrigeration not freezing not cooling


This could be a defrost problem or fan not working all time when compressor is working. What is your model number so I can see what components your model has and then solve your refrigerator problem. Need you to answer so we can get you running, Sea Breeze

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