Question about Dometic NDR 1292 Refrigerator
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try to check the defrost thermistor and also make sure that the unit is working with the right FULL LOAD AMPERAGE by looking this we will know if it has exact refrigerant in the system.
Posted on May 10, 2009
Your problem seems to be fairly common but you may find a solution on the website at the link below:
I linked to that page because of the recall that affects your model and I suggest you read consider it before you worry any further about the problems you are having. You can link to their home page from the recall message.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you for the information I linked to the home page as directed and found the thermistor resistance reading."
SOURCE: 3 year old Amana frig.
Hi, you have to troubleshoot the thermistor first before deciding on the cause of the problem. If you troubleshoot it and its bad, then you have to replace it again but if the thermistor is still good, then the fault is from somewhere else.
Posted on Oct 30, 2010
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Mar 22, 2015 | Kenmore Dryers
Sounds like the thermistor may bad. But first, gain access to the back side of the refrigerator and see if there is an ammonia smell or a yellow residue on the back of the refrigerator. If either of those are present then the cooling unit has failed and must be replaced.
If that is not the case then there are several ways to test the thermistor.
1: Place the end of the thermistor that is located inside the refrigerator into a glass of slushy water and read the ohms resistance on the plug end which is located on the back of the refrigerator. Compare your readings to the chart. If they are not in range then the thermistor is bad and needs to be replaced.
2: Unplug the thermistor from the circuit board. It will be the harness that has only two wires going into a hard plastic plug. Leave it unplugged for 24 hours and check the temp inside the refrigerator. If the temp has dropped then the thermistor is bad and needs to be replaced.
To replace the thermistor remove the thermistor sensor end from the plastic clip. Remove the plastic grommet from the back wall of the refrigerator. Tape the new plug end to the sensor head of the old thermistor and gently guide it through the hole. Once the taped head/plug passes through the hole you may complete pulling the new thermistor through from the back side. Only pull enough to allow you to plug the new thermistor in. Un-tape the plug end from the head and plug the thermistor in to the circuit board. Reinstall the cover over the circuit board and reinstall the access pane. There will be some sealing putty on the old thermistor harness. Remove that and gently press it back into the hole around the new thermistor harness inside the refrigerator and reinstall the plastic grommet. Install the sensor end into the plastic clip and install the plastic clip between the first and second fins. The higher up on the fin the colder the temp will be inside the refrigerator.
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