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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Could many problems causing this. From were is the leak, below the doors, that means the door seal is going bad, from under the fridge, it can mean the drip pan is full of dirt and muck. Pull her away from the wall and check the drip pan, some you can get to from the front some from the back. Under here is where all the stuff collects to muck things up. Get a Vac and clean her up, pull out the pan wash it off outside put it all back together, forget it about.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
The defrost timer for your model is located in the fresh food compartment. Providing the model number above your post is correct. The part number for your defrost timer is 61005388
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Posted on Jul 09, 2009
If I understand you correctly you want to store your refrigerator outside in the frozen weather - no I do not recommend doing so at all - you may however store it in your basement or elsewhere but not outside in the freezing weather :)
If on the other hand you meant running and using your refrigerator outside in the wintertime, NO ! I see people give misleading information on yahoo answers - refrigerator compressors are designed to work inside a given temperature range - if it is too cold - your compressor will run very short cycles and not properly remove the extra moisture/humidity. Usually you should not run a refrigerator if it's colder than 60F.
If you mean storing your refrigerator outside, not plugged it and not working but only to conserve your food - again NO - I would not recommend it either - there is too much variations in temperatures in the winter time - sometimes you get mild weather other times cold, and besides, with some refrigerators the extra insulation does a good job at sealing the cold air inside or the warm air if the fridge is not working - I don't think you will be able to maintain both freezer and refrigerator to SAFE and optimal temperatures, don't take the chance. Besides, the last thing you want is for your sealed system to freeze over, including compressor, coolant, coils, etc....... so my answer is no - don't do it.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
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