Question about Candy CPCA270FFK Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
I think you mean that milk freezes, etc.
Probably bad thermocouple. In the refrigerators I'm familiar with, there is a thermocouple thermostat in the freezer. There is no measuring of refrigerator temperature; it just gets a portion of the cold freezer air.
If the thermostat is bad, then ice cream should be rock hard too, for it never quits cooling except on defrost cycle, three times per day.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A couple of things to check-
- Is the condensor cooling fan running? This will be located to push air through the external cooling coils, wherever they are located.
- Does the auto-defrost timer work? It may have failed and stayed in a position that has left the heating elements (for defrosting) turned on.
- Does it seem to be running way too long and not turning off as it once did? This could indicate either a loss of coolant (would need recharge and leak detection) or the compressor is reaching its end of life. If the latter is the problem, expect a cost of $200-$400 US.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
SOURCE: freezing frosting fridge
i had the same problem recently with all my fridge food freezing up, this all seemed to start when i discovered the interior bulb blown i replaced it still nothing also noticed warning lights on front out,i could hear the motor going so i knew it was on i removed back cover and found the heater covered in ice it turned out it was the failure of the control board causing these problems had it replaced and working fine now hope this is of help dmb23
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
check to see if the coils underneath the fridge are clean. It seems more like an airflow problem. The chances of the fridge being under or over charged with refrigerant is not likely ..
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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Its defrost problem, the freezer should cool,
then freeze, then defrost cycle should start. In your case freezer is cooling,
then freezing, but its not defrosting. That's why fridge section is not
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