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I have a lg refrigerator model LRFC22750.I have to manual defrost it at least once a month.when called for assistence I was told that I probable had too much food in it and was blocking vents.I insure that that the vents are not blocked ,but I still have to manually defrost it.What other possibilities are there.

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I have had the same model since may 2007 and have ahd to have it serviced 3 times. The first (and recurring problem) is that the ice-maker overflows cubes no matter what the setting. But, when I had it fixed the first time, the repairman said there had been an factory update because of recurring frost build-up. Call LG customer service to get this confirmed. They should fix it for free (like a service bulletin for autos.

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My LG LRFC22750 shows an error code ER FF and my refrigerator is getting warmer while my freezer is still cold. What should I do to fix it.


The FF error means that the freezer fan isn't working properly. The motor may have malfunctioned or ice has built up and is preventing the fan from turning. Unplug the refrigerator, remove the food to other cold storage locations (cooler, another fridge) and allow it to defrost. Dry up any moisture around the unit. Plug it back in and allow it to cool for 4 hours. If the error returns, the refrigeratr needs service.

Generally, you need to replace the fan motor and the motherboard in the refrigerator. (The motor keeps trying to spin until it becomes damaged, even if the problem was ice build up.) The fan pushes the air into the refrigerator to keep it cool. The freezer is more directly cooled by the refrigerant cycling through the unit. If your refrigerator is still under warranty, contact LG. (There is a 1 year warranty on most of the unit. The sealed refrigerant system has a 7 year warranty on those parts.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(Unfortunately, I do not have a source for parts.)

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Fridge not getting cold freezer working correctly in LG LRFC22750


We need to find the reason for the restriction of cold air from your freezer making its way to top of the fresh food section. Because cold air is heavier than warm air you will get these symptoms for several different reasons. If you do not already have Adobe Reader you can get a free download here=> Adobe Reader X (10.1.1) Just uncheck the box if you do not want a Google Chrome download. Click here for a=> LRFC22750 Service Manual Then Click Here=> LRFC22750 Parts Manual The components listed in the parts manual begins with a photo page and part location numbers. You will need to scroll down from page 1 to page 7 below this photo page that begins with the location numbers and to the right the model number has three columns each different part number follows below in each column.

I want you to look for any signs of frost build up on the rear wall of your freeze. If yes the symptons are listed below as the most likely reasons that will cause this to happen

SERVICE DIAGNOSIS CHART

for your model can be also found on page's 13 and 14 of your models Service Manual
Possible Causes
Symptoms: Frost or ice on evaporator.

1. Defrost thermostat faulty->Check defrost thermostat. Replace if failed.

2. Evaporator fan faulty ->Check fan motor. Replace if failed.

3. Defrost control faulty ->Check control and replace if failed.

4. Defrost heater remains open -> Check defrost heater continuity. Replace if failed.

5. Open wire or connector -> Check wiring and connections. Repair as necessary.

6. Refrigerant shortage or restriction -> This will look very different than a totally frosted over evaporator. As Freon slowly is lost the evaporator may appear to have ice on half of evaporator as the leak becomes worse the ice melts and cooling is affected more until there is no cooling. Click here for what that looks like=> Lack of Freon
Understanding the way LG uses part numbers is tricky at times so ask if you need help with part numbers or questions about Controls that are likely the reason for the symptoms you mentioned in your post. Ask if you need I will be here to answer any questions you may have, rate if helpful and please ask if you need more answers, Thanks John Tripp/ AKA Sea Breeze

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My LG refrigerator is not cooling (LSC27910) is not keeping items cold. the freezer is functioning properly............the refrigerator is not


THERE IS A SETTING FOR TEMP IN FRIDGE, MAKE SURE IT IS SET TO PROPER TEMP SETTING . NEXT MAKE SURE THE FAN IS WORKING IN THE FREEZER (DOOR OPEN PRESS LITE SWITCH) NO FAN? IT WILL NEED TO BE OILED OR REPLACED.. (FAN YES)TRY MANUALLY DEFROSTING IT, USE A BOX OR SIMILAR BIG FAN AND CLEAN AND WIPE DOWN THE INSIDE OF THE FRIDGE.. TAKES ABOUT A 1.5 HRS TO DEFROST.. YOU MAY HAVE A DEFROST TIMER ISSUE , IF SO YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE IT REPAIRED OR REPEAT THE DEFROST CYCLE MANUALLY, SAY ONCE A MONTH .. IF YOU ARE ON A BUDGET ..BEST OF LUCK ..JAY FLORIDA

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Frost in freezer, fan in freezer sometimes changes speeds, low pitch or humming noise,manualy defrosted it 1 month ago seemed to be fine for two weeks, vegies freeze in drawer. hotpoint hss25gfta 5 yrs old


If the defrost thermostat is bad it will need to be replaced, otherwise you will have to continuously manually defrost the unit. The noise you hear is probably the fan hitting the ice. The defrost thermostat assists in melting that ice about every eight hours.

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I now have the same problem: I HAVE AN LG FRIDGE MODEL LRFC22750. THE LIGHT COVER INSIDE THE FRIDGE MELTED DUE TO THE LIGHTS STAYING ON WHEN THE DOORS CLOSE. THERE ARE BUTTONS ON THE INSIDE UPPER DOOR...


LG has issued a service bulletin about this problem. You need to call LG or the ratailer you bought it from and tell them what's going on...the entire cost of the repair (parts and labor) should be covered....at least it was the last time I did one for a customer.

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HAVE AN LG FRIDGE MODEL LRFC22750. THE LIGHT


EFFECTIVE FROM(SERIAL NO.) from 704MR***** to 801MR***** Subject Lamp Cover Melting Improvement (LG 3D Basic) / 2nd No. Loc No. Before Change After Change Note K-Code Remark Part No DESC./SPEC. Part No DESC./SPEC. 1 501A 6871JK1011A PCB Assembly,Main /
6871JK1011D PCB Assembly,Main /
WINNER1 DISPENSER ENERGY STAR '08 C 3 Change Relay SPEC. 2 503F 3111JJ1001X Case Assembly,Display /
WINNER1 BASIC BRAND ABQ33905315 Case Assembly,Display /
SOLO PARA SERVICIO, NO PARA PRODUCCION C 3 Thermoprotector addition. 3 503F ABQ33905304 Case Assembly,Display /
ABQ33905315 Case Assembly,Display /
SOLO PARA SERVICIO, NO PARA PRODUCCION C 3 Thermoprotector addition. 4 409B 6912JK2002C Lamp,Incandescent /
60W 120VAC 0.40A 480LM - WHITE 6912JK2002E Lamp,Incandescent /
C 3 60W to 40W

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Error Message: Er dH


The error codes are listed in the service manual (p. 32) at the address below:
LFX25960 Service Manual

"Er dH" seems to be a defroster issue.

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LG bottom freezer refridgerator ER FF


I see this problem daily in the UK, turn off, defrost overnight,replace defrost sensor in freezer, all will work ok within 24hrs. Regards Advisor

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