Question about Refrigerators
Might be a defrost issue. Look for frost building on the service panel. A sure sign of a fail defrost. The most common part to die is the defrost termination thermostat.
Note: If it turns out NOT to be a defrost problem then look for a failed evap motor. Or dirty condenser coils. Air restrictions play a huge factor in cooling.
Does it need gas? I doubt it. I have a lot of service manuals at my foggy blog and my sublime blog.
type bottom mount in the search box after you get to them sights.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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