Question about Refrigerators
GE Model GDS18LCR water from defrost cycle doesn't drain when the compressor turns on again it freezes which stops the evaporator fan from turning. I have already replaced the fan once ($140) and found it happening again. It seems as if the drost cycle isn't running long enough. Any suggestions?
SOURCE: Kenmore Fridge #596
i found the defrost timer for my Kenmore 596.62239200 / freezer on bottom. it was in the top of the refrigerator compartment behind the light bulb console. had to remove the light bulb cover and then there are two visible screws that hold the defrost timer to the light console. the timer is up on top of the console and is not easily seen. ordered parts on www.repairclinic.com.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
is it defrosting theres a glass tube which is the defroster bar,there known to have these fail
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
Rotate the dial on the defrost thermostat, a big click is when it goes into defrost, a little more and it should turn the compressor back on. By overload protector, do you mean the one under the compressor cover?
Posted on May 03, 2009
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