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Sounds like the freezer fan motor is not running ... check that

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18 yr old Amana. Freezer works. Refer does not work.


At the top of the freezer is a door that goes to the refrigerator. If the freezer works it means the door that lets cold air into the refrigerator is closed. Check this door.

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Lg lfx25960st not cool enough


1. What are your controls (freezer & refer) set at?
LG recommends 0 deg for the freezer & 37 deg for the refer.

2. The way a modern refrigerator works is, the freezer is cooled directly and cold air then is blown into the refer section. The incoming vents in a French door LG are at the back, top. Return are at the bottom. Make certain that nothing is blocking these vents and than the refer has good air circulation.

3. Vacuum the coils at the back of the refer. A large build up of dust, dirt, animal hair etc. will affect efficiency.

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Freezer is 18 deg. F. Refer is 62 deg- seems too warm


freezer maybe frosted up not let cool air in refer .or the fan in freezer is not working

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Freezer is cold but refrigerator is hot. Fans are working.


your refer is 100 % dependendent on the freezer,
the first thing i would suggest is to check your airflow,
if your fnas are working, are the drawing air off a clear evap coil, is there extra frost in the freezer,
can you feel cold air comming into the refer from the freezer,
on all units there is a damper of some sort, and a return the air is cycled through those and the evaporator.
check these things

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Freezer side is working the refer side is not and


With the information given, I would suggest three items to check. The first would be, to see, if the vents leading from the freezer into the refer side are open or not blocked. Cold air from freezer must be able to past to the refer side. Second, would be to check and see, if the fan is blowing. It will not work in the defrost mode. Third, is to look into the wall, at the very back of the freezer, to see, if there is an abundance of ice. If there is, your defrost is failing, or your freezer door isn't closing correctly. Is the door gasket sealing properly?. If your defrost is the problem, it could one or two problems. One problem could be the defrost control has stopped working. The other problem could be the defrost heater has stopped working. If you don't know how to OHM them out, you need to call a technician, take it to a technician, or discard it and purchase a new one. Good luck. I hope, I've helped.

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Fridge not staying cool, freezer still freezing


Try defrosting freezer, sometimes when the defrost thermostat fails it causes ice too build up behind the walls of the freezer then it restricts the air flow to the refer side. If it works after defrosting then you probably need to get a new defrost thermostat.

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Kenmore Side by Side Refrigerator, freezer doesn't work, refrigerator works


Unless specifically made for use in a garage most units won't work properly. The owners manual should say what the temp range for proper operation is (usually 55F is the low range). This is because the refrigerator section doesn't need to be "cooling" to maintain 37F if the temps on the outside are below 55F. These things are made to work in a 70F room and will not work properly if under 55F. Stupid thing thinks it's cold enough so it will never turn on, the refer section will stay cold/cool due to outside temps but since the compressor never runs the freezer will just be the same temp as the refer section (at best). Sorry, but in order for a freezer or refrigerator to work in an unheated space it must have the temp control device controling the freezer section NOT the fresh food section. In other words, that model will not work in a garage unless the temps are above 55F always.

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Refrigerator will not cool


Do you mean the display won't go below 70 or that the actual temps won't go below 70? First try to unplug the refer for 20-30 seconds then plug it back in. Hopefully that will reset the levels to factory settings (usually around 0 for freezer and 36 for refer).

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