I just bought a new fridge, There is nothing in the fridge as it is in a new home. The problem is that if you open the doors for a couple of seconds and then close them there is a vaccum that happens and you can not reopen them for a couple of seconds....... Has anyone heard of this???
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If you have the food frozen or water frozen in less than 2 hours with less opening of the doors then the fridge must be working fine. make sure there is sufficient voltage as required for the specified mains requirement. Similarly once the freezer is working fine your bottles kept within should be chilled by this time.If so your fridge seems to work fine.
Since you have a new fridge you can always have the warranty/service cover which you must be aware of and taken consent for advice..
The hot temperature that occurs in the fridge body is normal and you have nothing to worry. It is the result of the heat pumps during a normal operation. Once the fridges reaches the normal temperature it will automatically shuts off and the hotness of the body will disappear.
This is actually not a bad situation, it is a good thing that the vacuum is tight. it provides a greater level of freshness when keeping the contents cool of frozen. you can ease the tension by applying a gel solution or 3 in 1 oil but, i wouldn't recommend this.
This tight seal will save you on the electric bill as well. keeps the fridge from cycling to much.
A good tight seal is a good thing not a bad thing.
IF THE WIRES SHORTED, AND THE DOOR WAS REPLACED,
WAS IT COMPLETE OR WAS THE DISPENSER ASSEMBLY TRANSFERRED TO THE NEW DOOR? IF THE ASSEMBLY ISN'T NEW, THE CONTROL BOARD IN THE ASSEMBLY MAY HAVE BEEN DAMAGED FROM THE WIRE SHORT.
HI I'M HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM THAT YOU ARE...I NOTICED THAT THE FRIDGE DOOR WAS OUT OF LINE WITH THE FREEZER DOOR AT THE TOP...IF THE FRIDGE WAS EMPTY IT WORKED FINE, BUT WHEN WE REFILLED IT,IT WOULD STOP COOLING AGAIN,I THINK IT'S GOT TO DO WITH THE WEIGHT ON THE DOOR MAKING THE DIFFERENCE IN MY CASE...I BELIEVE IT HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE SWITCH AT THE TOP, INSIDE THE FRIDGE THAT OPERATES THE LIGHT AND THE TEMP CONTROL IN MY CASE.TRY OPENING THE DOOR JUST A LITTLE SO THAT YOU CAN SEE IF THE SWITCH IS BEING FULLY CLOSED...I THINK I'M GOING TO HAVE TO ADJUST MY FRIDGE DOOR UP TO GET IT TO DO THIS FOR ME...WILL LET YOU KNOW IF THIS WORKS!!!!!