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Electrolux Fridge/Freezer Model ENN26800. Fridge stopped working Freezer o/k

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there is a fan inside freezer behind back panel. if pipework behind panel is covered with ice, it will prevent air circulation and the fridge is affected first

take back panel off and check for ice build-up and that the fan is working

Posted on Jun 23, 2008

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SOURCE: Frigidaire Electrolux Not freezing but fridge seems cold

Hello,

You may be having a freon issue. Read some more info about this here. I type the longer version on my site. There are also factory service manuals to that may be helpful.

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Thanks,
Bill

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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SOURCE: ZANUSSI ELECTROLUX -- FRIDGE (TOP HALF) NOT WORKING?

9 times out of ten, when the freezer portion works, and the refrigerator portion doesn't, it is the evaporator fan that is the problem. I am not familiar with that model, so I do not know where the fan is located. But there is a fan that blows cold air from the freezer into the fridge portion. Usually, a fan blade is just stuck, and just needs to be repositioned or the bearing the motor spins on could be frozen or rusty. I little household oil usually does the trick, or you might need a new fan motor.

Another possible cause is the ice that can build up. If there is ice blocking the air's path it will have the same result. You said you had defrosted the unit, so this is not likely in your case

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: electrolux fridge freezer.FRIDGE NOT COOLING?

i checked out a different website and got my solution straight away.

Posted on Jan 09, 2010

SOURCE: Electrolux ER 7626 Fridge not cooling

Hello,

On these units there is a defrost heater which comes on after about 12/14 hours running time depending on usage.It would cut in for about 15 mins just to get rid of ice accumulated around the Evaporator.This heater or the timer has failed and ice has got between the duct. supplying cold air to the fridge unit.The best thing to do is to defrost unit for 24 hours and then try it and see if you can feel cold air coming up into the fridge.The repair for this is not that successful and you would be better off defrosting unit like a normal fridge/freezer.

Hope this was a help.

Posted on May 12, 2010

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SOURCE: i have a zanussi electrolux zx99/5w the freezer is

LOOK INTO THE FREEZER SIDE AND IF THE BACK OF FREEZER HAS ICE OR FROST BUILD UP / THE PROBLEM IS A DEFROST PROBLEM . The ice build up is blocking the air flow through the cold coil . the correction would be to repl the heater of the a d c control whitch controls defrost .. hope this helps ,mm

Posted on Jul 22, 2010

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