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Fridge no longer stays cold, sounds like the fan or compressor is running but no cold air is coming out, freezer also is not working

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  • aabranch Oct 17, 2010

    The copper tube that comes from the compressor has a little bit of ice formation where it enters the back of the fridge. Also the fan cover that I took off has a lot of dust/dirt on the screen

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If the fan is not working then the fridge will not get cold as the air does not blow through it. If the compressor is running and there is no cold air coming out of it then the fan is not working. The relay of the fan must have gone. Needs replacing.

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Hi,
Check whether in evaporator coil there is ice formation.? and check the evaporator coil fan is running?

Thank you

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