Question about Goldstar Refrigerators
I have a much loved GR 3533 CRI
Yesterday made up several large-quantity dishes for the week, and put them in the refrigerator compartment probably still too warm. This morning the compartment is warm. My fault. I’ve taken the food out. Should I turn off the motor a while and let it recuperate. Or put it on max. Or is it dead. Or other. Any help much appreciated.
You may have a problem other than in the refrigerator compartment.
I am in the U.S.A. and am unfamiliar with some of the brands posted on this forum. However designs of refrigerator freezer combinations have a basic relationship. Check your freezer compartment for a frost sign on the back wall. If frost is present on the back wall a defrost problem is evident. This type of problem can be related to a defrost timer, defrost heater or defrost thermostat. If you can located the defrost timer and rotate the dial clockwise SLOWLY until you hear one click. This will put the refrigerator into the defrost mode. After a time event of 18-22 minutes the compressor should restart. After 25 minute if it does not start advance the timer dial SLOWLY one more time and the compressor should start.
Posted on May 26, 2008
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