Question about Whirlpool GD2SHGX Refrigerator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Refrigerator not cooling
You will have to let it run for a while, then take the interior back cover off the freezer side to look at the frost pattern on the coils. There should be a nice even white frost on them all, if there is a solid block of ice the defrost cycle isn't working and if there is not much frost but a few inches then you likely have a sealed system leak (no more refrigerant). There can be other issues like the compressor start device not working or the temp control failed, etc. so we will have to go back and forth to do more troubleshooting. Repost with more info when you have it.
Posted on Jan 31, 2007
SOURCE: refrigerator stopped cooling
I too have a Kenmore, Model 106.52209100. No cooling at all in freezer and refrigeration sections. Lights and control panel status lights working. Motor running but only warm air. Issue was a relay that needed replacement. $71 for the relay, $180 fo the repairman.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
With the unit unplugged, take off the back cardboard panel. On the lt rear side you will find the compressor. On the lt side of the compressor you will see a white box mounted on the side, this is the relay, and it most likely will have a zip tie holding it on. Cut the zip tie or unhook the clip. Gently pry the relay from the side of the compressor. If it is badly burnt make sure there are 3 connectors on the compressor, sometimes they will burn one off or burn it so bad the compressor will need to be replaced $$$$ if not in warranty. If its not burnt thats hopefully what you will find, hold out your hand with the compressor side of the relay pointing down. Shake the relay like a salt shaker into your hand. If you get grey flakes/chunks in your hand the relay is bad and will need to be replaced. easy fix for about $45 - $50.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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