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Generally speaking, the refrigerator side cools off of the freezer side operation. What makes this possible is what is known as an evaporator fan located on the freezer side behind the panels. If the fan is not running then the cold air is not being transferred to the refrigerator side.

Midea... | Answered on Apr 03, 2019


Hello Jeryl Jagoda,

No model number given... So I'll just guess:

"SLUDGE collecting" near perishable foods should
always be considered dangerous...!!

(suitable CLEANERS are called "NATURAL"):
Cleaning should be depicted in your OWNERS
MANUAL... Warn soapy water or mild saline
solutions should be "generally" safe (followed by
a good) if you are COMPLETELY ADVERSE
to reading your own manuals...

If you need to FIND a manual... My FAVORITE
totally FREE my website = manualslib.com... like
Midea HS 65L Instruction Manual Page 4

Only WARM temperate (room temperature)
air or solutions should be utilized.

Hope this helps...

Carnac the Magnificent

Midea... | Answered on Feb 02, 2018


Check the back--It may need to be vacuumed

Midea... | Answered on Apr 12, 2017


Is there a flap that allows cold air from the freezer section to enter the fridge, or is it a separate system altogether.
In what way is the thermostat "broken"?

Midea 3.1 Cubic... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014


A flexible curtain wire is probably the best implement for clearing a fridge drain and I have been defeated only once - an unusually long drain that had suffered damage half way down where it was completely inaccessible without removing the liner from the cabinet.

Refrigerators | Answered 10 hours ago

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