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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: serial number
there are a few places to look for most frigidaire side by sides the model and serial number are on a tag either on the right hand inside wall of the refrig section or on the ceiling in the refrig section. on some older models though the tag may be behind the crisper drawers at the bottom. hope that helps. peyton
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
MAKE SURE THE FAN IN REAR OF FREEZER COMPARTMENT IS RUNNING , SOME TIME YOU MUST DEPRESS THE DOOR SWITCH ON THE FREEZER DOOR TO WATCH FAN IF NOT REPLACE FAN , NOT BAD MOST UNPLUG , IF THIS IS NOT IT YOU COULD HAVE A INTERMITTENT DEFROST TIMER OR A BAD DEFROST HEATER
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Al have you tried the appliancefactoryparts.com site to locate the parts you need, at that site you only need the make and model to access the parts list
Posted on Jul 31, 2009
SOURCE: I have a Frigidaire model
Make Sure Your Fridge is Properly Sealed
One of the most common causes of a "leaking" fridge isn't a leak at all. It's the direct result of your fridge not sealing properly, and as a result running overtime to keep things cool. A fridge that runs excessively will build up extra condensation on the coils, which in turn can lead to the pool of water on the floor that's causing alarm. Check the rubber door seals on your fridge and freezer to make sure you're getting a proper seal. If you find a problem, wash the seals with warm water and soap and apply a thin film of lubricant (petroleum jelly works best). If this doesn't solve your problem, you may need to replace the gaskets. Also, check the adjustable legs on your fridge and make sure the fridge tilts a little to the rear. If it's leaning even a little bit forward, a proper door seal can be compromised.
Check the Drain Pan
Your leaking refrigerator may just have a cracked or damaged drain pan. Your fridge regularly drains water into this pan to prevent water pooling in the fridge itself. Evaporation takes care of the rest. Look underneath your fridge where the drain pan sits and pull it out for inspection. If it has a crack or is otherwise damaged, contact the appropriate retailer about getting a replacement as soon as possible.
Check the Defrost Drain
If your leaking refrigerator is draining inside as opposed to onto your floor, you're probably dealing with a clogged defrost drain. Your fridge is constantly producing condensation inside the freezer, and that condensation drips down the defrost drain into a drain pan underneath the unit. This defrost drain can become clogged with debris or, more often, it freezes shut. Look in your refrigerator manual to locate your defrost drain, and take the appropriate steps to unclog it (inundating your drain with warm water will often do the trick).
Check Your Ice Maker for Leaks
If none of these other quick fixes solve your problem, check your icemaker for leaks. It's a bit unusual, but sometimes the water line to the icemaker fails or comes loose, letting water into your freezer. Try tightening all connections, and if necessary, replacing the line that feeds the icemaker.
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Posted on Aug 13, 2010
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Good Morning Chris, thank you for your inquiry!
From my understanding you need to tighten the door handles on your Frigidaire refrigerator. I was unable to locate any information on your model JSI-26. Without the model number I would be unable to provide you with proper instructions on how to tighten your door handle. Could you please provide me with your model number? You can locate your serial tag (which lists your model number) on the right hand wall of your refrigerator. With that information I would be able to assist you further. -Matt
Aug 01, 2015 | Frigidaire Refrigerators
Thank you for your post, friend!
I understand you need assistance in replacing the bottom drawer on your Frigidaire refrigerator. Could you please provide me with your model number? You should be able to locate your serial tag (which lists the model number) on the inside wall of your refrigerator. With that information I can further assist you. -Matt
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Sep 04, 2014 | Frigidaire Refrigerators
Thank you for your post, friend!
Based off the information you have provided your Frigidaire refrigerator is leaking water inside the fresh food compartment. If you could provide me your model number I would be able to provide more information. You can normally locate your serial tag (which lists your model number) on the inside cabinet of the fresh food compartment normally on the left side of a top mount. On a side by side it can be found on the right hand side. I look forward to your response. -Matt
Aug 17, 2014 | Frigidaire Refrigerators
Hey friend, thank you for the post!
From my understanding you have water leaking out of the freezer of your Frigidaire refrigerator and onto the floor. I would like to ask you a couple of additional questions. First, do you see where the water is coming from? Secondly, what is the model number of your appliance? You can locate your serial tag (which lists your model number) on the inside cabinet of the fresh food compartment normally on the left side in a top mount. But on a side by side it can be found on the right hand side. I look forward to hearing back from you. -Matt
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