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The most reasonable things could be that the gas ran out; the buttons and thermostat don't work; power issues; or you might have a leakage on the gas pipe. Try calling a fridge/air condition technician to verify this.
Make sure the fan is running in the fzr the fridge side steals air from the fzr via a small duct to the fridge. If there is a lot of frost you may have an ice block on the cooling coils in the fzr usually behind a back panel. If you have an ice block your defrost timer,heating element, defrost limit one of these could be bad. Let me know if you find an ice block or a lot of frost. good luck
Hi: When this happens it means that there is frost built up in the back of the refrigerator. You are having an issue with the defrost heater or the defrost timer. There is an off chance the refrigerator's freezer is over packed with food and there is no circulation. If you're handy empty the fridge and take a hair dryer to the back wall to melt away the frost from behind. Look at the heater; It will be at the bottom of the freezer on the back wall. A glass tube with a wire coil running through it. If the coil is broken, replace it. If not you will be looking at a defrost timer. Usually on a circuit board and expensive. Good Luck, Jeff
The presence of frost indicates that the dispenser(ice) probrably isn't
closing all the way once you get ice. This allows warm air to rise up,
condense and form frost. In all likelihood the solenoid that controls
the opening and closing is bad and needs to be replaced.
Open the freezer door and look down the ice chute while you shine a flashlite up the dispenser cute from the outside. If you see light around the chute door, it needs to be replaced or something is wrong with the mechanism. The problem you describe is almost always air leakage around that flap. Post back if you need more help.
Open the freezer door and look down the ice chute while you shine a flashlite up the dispenser cute from the outside. If you see light around the chute door, it needs to be replaced or something is wrong with the mechanism. The problem you describe is almost always air leakage around that flap.
Post back with the complete model number from the fridge if you need more help.