Question about Refrigerators
Try defrosting the unit and then restarting . Sometimes there is ice build up(especially if the door was left open) in the path from freezer to fridge obstructing the airflow
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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The problem could be caused from the main board not sending a signal to the damper, the damper could be stuck or broke or the thermistor may have failed.
Another possibility is if the return air is restricted. If this happens, the air flow will be very slow. A good way to determine if this is the problem is to feel the air flow coming out of the air diffuser and while checking it, open the freezer door or drawer. If the air flow increases with the freezer section open, the return air is restricted. If the air flow remains the same, the problem will be one of the above mentioned possibilities.
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