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MY FRIDGE WONT COOL ENOUGH?!!!

I HAD A TECHNICIAN OUT AND IT STILL WONT COOL. AIRFLOW AND EVERYTHING WAS FINE. CLEANED THE COILS. HOW DO I RECHARGE THE THING? IT TAKES R134A

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Hi Myke365,
In all cases the refrigerator never just needs a charge. If you freon has leaked out then you have a leak and would have to repair the leek and then refill the freon. Since this is very rarley the case lets look for something else. Your fridge should have a thermostat that tells the compressor when to run and when to stop. If you set the temp control to a lower setting and it still does not get cold enough you may have one of the following 3 things.
1. You condenser fan motor has stopped running. This is the fan that would pull air across the compressor and coils near the compressor.
2. Your coils were dirty,
3. and most likely since you say the others were fine. Your temperature control thermostat is bad. Most new beverage dispencers have a control board with a temperature sensor that plugs into it. Send me your model number and I will look and see which one yours takes. You may just need the sensor, or you may need the control board also.
One more thing, the tech should have given you an explanation of the problem. Or he should have not charged you anything. If you still have the problem call the tech back out. If he is not able to do the job find a professional who will be able to solve your problem. It is sometimes a good idea to call the manufacturer and ask them who is the best in your area to complete the repairs correctly. If you just want to buy the sensor and/or the control please let me know and I will be happy to give you prices and availability. I do have almost every part known to mankind in stock and ready to ship if needed.
I hope this will FixYa.
Mike Anderson

Posted on Jun 04, 2008

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