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It sounds as if one of 2 things could be your problem. In the freezer compartment remove ice maker. Remove the rear panel around condenser fan. If the fan is running then you have ice build up. Use a heat gun or hair dryer to remove all the ice. Take a piece of#14 bare wire to clean drain hole.With the fridge off pour some hot water in the drain. It will either be the fan or ice buildup.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Feb 10, 2019

I could not find your model on the Whirlpool web site but did find GI5FSAXVY02 ... the link below may help ... https://www.applianceblog.com/mainforums/threads/28985-GI5FSAXVY02-Whirlpool-Refrigerator-Control-Panel-on-door-doesn-t-work I also found this video... And on the Whirlpool site using the other model number I found the owners manual but that was not very helpful https://www.whirlpoolparts.com/UserManual/5edfbda346524f8c85250e3217c85a1b/Whirlpool-Refrigerator-Repair-Manual-GI0FSAXVA01-GI0FSAXVB01-GI0FSAXVB02-GI0FSAXVQ01-GI0FSAXVY01-GI0FSAXVY02-GI5FSAXVY01-GI5FSAXVY02-GI5FVAXVB02-GI5FVAXVL01 Good luck on your troubleshooting...

Whirlpool... • Answered on Feb 09, 2019

Sound like mother board ussue removed right top hinge cover should be technician data sheet u need to look and see were it takes power from for led some units have transformer just got led
Main board located on back of the unit left side exess penal unplugged unit before any servicing

Whirlpool... • Answered on Feb 02, 2019

Manually defrost the freezer to fridge port with hair dryer on low temp. The fan in side fridge is probably not turn and blowing the cold over

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jan 20, 2019

Some have set screws on back side of handle. Others handle comes off 1st by pulling up hard and fast. Then posts that handle fasten to can be tightened

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jan 18, 2019

There should be one on machine somewhere. Maybe in console area or inside bottom kick plate or inside cabinet.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jan 18, 2019

Take 2 wires you removed from old switch and place on new switch. With only 2 wires, it doesn’t matter which one goes to either terminal.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jan 16, 2019

1) If they have well water, the valve could be blocked with mineral, 2) Regardless of the water source, the actuator coil that opens the water valve could be burned out. 3) There could be ice buildup blocking the water outlet where it feeds into the tray. This can happen if the fridge is not leveled properly and is tilted too far back. It should be tilted back a small amount so that the doors will self close but this same gravity can be your enemy if it lets water linger too long at the fill spout and build up over time. This would be the easiest thing to check first. I would put a carpenter's level on top of the fridge from front to back. If the bubble is slightly forward towards the front, this is probably NOT your problem. If the bubble is smashed up against the front end of the tube and if you can't directly see the filler tube in the freezer, you could try defrosting the freezer with the door open and the fridge shut off for an hour or so. Then turn everything back on and try the ice maker again. In any case, if the fridge is tilted too far back, it would be a good idea to level it anyway. Remember, just enough to let the door drift shut from 1/2 way open. Good luck.

Whirlpool... • Answered on Jan 03, 2019

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