Frigidaire follow up side by side door noise.......
No pics came through or were visible. NOT sure if pics alone are going to solve it all, but i'm eagerly awaiting any more help you can supply.
i saw a diagram of my fridge and there doesn't seem to be any other part other than the BEARING - HINGE thing I mentioned. Just the bracket, screws, washer, and that, and no other thing that attaches to the door down there on the lower part.
help please , if you can. is the round, cone -shaped piece the thing you speak of?
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Re: Frigidaire follow up side by side door noise.......
Ok these hindges are confusing but the hinges that came with it are not in right place
example top bottom
bottom top switch them they should match door geometer of made holes
one bracket on bottom door fits on bottom bracket
the top bracket goes on top of the door to hold the door in
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Are you sure you have the right model #?
Your refrigerator's model number may vary by type. The model number of a top freezer refrigerator can be seen along the upper left side wall of the fresh food compartment and is visible when the door is opened. The model number of a french door and side-by-side refrigerator can be seen along the upper right side of the fresh food compartment and is visible when the door is opened.
Hello friend, thank you for your inquiry!
I see your door hinge is making a popping noise on your Frigidaire refrigerator. It sounds like the door hinge may need to be replaced or the door could use an adjustment. I would recommend contacting a professional to come out to diagnose the appliance to avoid any unnecessary part purchases. I hope this helps. -Matt
It sounds like the evaporator fan is hitting ice that is built up on the evaporator coil. When it's making the noise, open the freezer door and see if it stops.
(Most models are wired so that the evaporator fan cuts off when the freezer door is open.)
Check the inside back, lower panel of the freezer for ice built up or frost on it. If there is, you have a defrost problem that is most likley a bad heater. It's located around the coil inside the freezer behind the panel you will be looking at. The defrost problem would explain the freezer not freezing ice cream.
I was able to solve this problem by doing the following:
1)Carefully (because there may be sharp metal blades in this area) reached into the upper left compartment of the icemaker and pressed down on ice cubes that seemed to be lodged there and were protruding slightly above the slots they should have been passing through.
2)Press down on the cubes, forcing them through the slots and into the cube container below
3)Lift the metal arm, remove and completely empty the ice cube container
4)Return the ice cube container to the freezer, making sure it is seated properly
Close the freezer and wait until the ice cube maker begins to make new ice cubes.The sound should stop in around 10-15minutes.