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Yep and the fridge frooze up. Switch the power off to the fridge for an hour. Switch the power back on and hopefully all will be ok

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3rd attempt please respond here...I need a left hinged door instead of the right hinged door that the cooler comes with


If this is a single door frige. look on top and you will see hinge holes on left front top.
remove the hinges and swap to the other side.
Its not hard.
Hope this helps Mike

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I CANT OPEN THE FRENCH DOOR


My guess it that they are frozen shut which means the little door heaters are not working or you have a bad door gasket. If you have a hair dryer I would blow it around the seams of the doors until they give. Or you can unplug the frige and let it thaw for a bit then try. Or the break between the frige air and the freezer may be frozen closed then the pressure difference can hold the doors shut, in that case you need to unplug it for a bit and try opening the doors periodically

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Fridge door doesn't stay open


make sure frige is level left to right. then make back slightly lower than front. while making sure it is level left to right.

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Will not cool light does not come on when door is open Chefmate Model: BC-50A


unplug, take the back cover off.
Look at the circuit board.
at the top right of the board there is a fuse.
if it is blown, the frige is dead.
you will probily find that there is a brown burn mark
on the upper left side of the circuit board under an aluminum
heat sink. that electronic part probily overheated and blew up.
unless your electronics skils are up to it throw the frige away.
but if you are up to it unsolder it, bring it to frys electronics, and
get a new one. Good luck.

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Does not get cold for freezer or main frige


IT MAY BE BLOCKED UP WITH FROST, TRY REMOVING FOOD AND UNPLUGGING FOR AT LEAST 6 HRS WITH DOORS OPEN.

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Water is leaking from the bottom in the front left side of side by side maytag. water line is ok not leaking. can't see where it is coming from.


the water for the dispenser (ice/water dispenser in the freezer door) comes from under the frige then up thru the bottom hinge of the freezer door .. it then goes inside the door up to the dispenser .. its a plastic hose and it has to twist near the hinge each time the door is opened .. thats where it usually breaks or develops a pin hole leak .. you can replace the whole hose or just the damaged section if that easier ... since the bottom freezer.hinge where that hose comes up thru, is at the position of your leak then i suspect thats your trouble ... ..also check the condensate pan to make sure its not full .. thats a flat pan under the fridge ..you can usually get acess to it by removing the front kick panel at the bottom of the frige .. if thats full then look for a door seal leak (damaged rubber seal) ... a broken seal or open door will allow moisture to condense inside the machine ..that runs down into the condensate pan where it normally evaporates .. but a problem (like open door) will fill it up to overflow in time ....

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Freezer side cold, frige side warm


Defrost heater is open behind back wall. order new heater #wr55x10101 remove 4 screws 2 bottom, 2 top behind light shield, defrost freezer so ice is off of evap, replace heater with new one.

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Whirlpool Ice Magic-No Frost Refrigerator (I'm guessing 30 years old)


look above the bottom kick plate, on the right middle, or inside the fresh food interior walls been a long time to remember this sweety machine loved it too everything where it was needed to be

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Bottom Freezer working but not side!


Typically the freezer air is circulated into the frige area to provide cooling. If the circ. fan is not working or the air ducts/channels/dampers are blocked with ice, food, etc. then no cool air will get from the freezer to the frige area. Check all the air channels and to see if the dampers are open along with the circulation fan running. The diagrams at the following link should help you see inside better. If your lower circulation fan is running then you likely have an air return/supply channel blocked with ice and will require an old style defrost (unplug unit and leave doors open for 24 hours to melt ice, etc.). If the fan isn't running then that needs to be replaced. Air channels can freeze up if a door is left open slightly overnight or other moisture enters the freezer/frige. http://www.partselect.com/MultiModels.aspx?ModelNum=ER6AHKXPQ&searchTerm=&RefineSearch=0

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