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Refridgerator Not Cooling

We had trouble a few months back with the fridge overfreezing. We unplugged the unit and plugged it back in and that seemed to solve its problem for a while. Now it seems that the freezer is fine...a little frost is appearing but staying cold. But the refrigerator sensor seems to not be working properly. We have it set to 7 and its barely cold. We have thrown out contents due to this issue at this point. We unplugged the unit again...a few times in the last couple of days and you can hear the unit making the differing noise that seems like it may be generating some cold (possibly) and then it shuts off after about 10 seconds after we plugged it back in...and again the fridge doesn't seem to be cooler at all. It seems to be a sensor not reading correctly since the freezer works but that is just a guess. Any ideas? refrigerator not cooling properly, freezer working fine

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  • thekeeslers Aug 04, 2008

    I have the same issue, any assisstnce would eb greatly appreciated.

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If top is compleatly warm it is probley the fan motor, lot of failures on them. Replacement one will be a different looking motor. Verify motor is not turning, located in the back of the freezer in the top middle, behind small grill. Will see fan blade pointed up, should run whenever compressor is on.

Posted on Aug 07, 2008

Fan was working . Removed back cover found ice block covering vent to refrgerator. Turned off freezer and thawed out with hair dryer .

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