Question about Refrigerators
Check to see if you have air coming from the damper assembly, that is where the air comes in the ref side. If not take a small thin screwdriver and poke it in the damper and see if it is open, you have just a little play there where you could get it to open. If it stays open then you will most likely need a damper, that is if it is a motor controled one. A manual is contoled by the control on front. The damper could be blocked with ice inside.
Also check to see if the evap motor on the freezer side is running. you may have to take the evap cover off on the freezer side and make sure you are defrosting properly so there is air getting to the ref side.
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
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