Question about Refrigerators
There are four likely reasons:-
If it is not a frost free refridgerator, the thermostat is iced up and not sensing temperature - defrost the fridge.
The thermostat is faulty and in this case the contents of the fridge should be freezing up - replace the thermostat.
The gas is low in the system and the fridge should then be warmer than normal and the thermostat is trying to compensate by having the compressor running constantly - re-gas the fridge.
The door seal is leaking or the door is not closing fully, allowing cold air to escape - check the seal and the door and correct or replace the seal.
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Posted on May 21, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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