20 Most Recent LG LFX25960 Bottom Freezer French Door Refrigerator Questions & Answers

LG refergiators have floor stops that screw down to contact the floor to keep it from rolling when the doors are opened.

There is one stop on each side, In front of the front wheels.
You may need to remove the toe kick grille to see them.

Check your installation book or online @ www.lgusa.com

LG LFX25960... | Answered on Nov 29, 2019

when a COMPRESSOR it breakes is broken the problem you have is more to me like an electric-electronic problem in this case could be the electronic board this componnent controls the time for cool/freez and defroz. i think there is a problem when the freeg goes to a defrozen mode it will stay there for ever. when defrozen mode the compressor is out so the fans. i hope this helps.

LG LFX25960... | Answered on Dec 27, 2015

Sounds like there is still ice in the Shute, the unit is design to clear the shute so ice want freeze in the shute. Just touch and allow the shute to clear. The shute doesn't get as cold as the rest is why this happens. There is a micro switch near the handle that might be sticking, but seldom does.

LG LFX25960... | Answered on Jan 03, 2015

1. What are your controls (freezer & refer) set at?
LG recommends 0 deg for the freezer & 37 deg for the refer.

2. The way a modern refrigerator works is, the freezer is cooled directly and cold air then is blown into the refer section. The incoming vents in a French door LG are at the back, top. Return are at the bottom. Make certain that nothing is blocking these vents and than the refer has good air circulation.

3. Vacuum the coils at the back of the refer. A large build up of dust, dirt, animal hair etc. will affect efficiency.

LG LFX25960... | Answered on Apr 14, 2014

Looks cannot always tell if there is a problem with the defrost heater or defrost thermostat. Your model uses the=> 5300JK1005D Defrost Heater Assembly and the=> 6615JB2005H Defrost Sensor Unplug before working on your fridge. Can you find an ohm meter and remove he rear panel in the back of the freezer? I can walk you through this if to lie. Also tellme what type of frost pattern you see once the rear panel inside the freezer is removed. Completely frosted over? Half or less frosted over? Clump or ball of ice where the small tube enters the large copper tube on the evaporator? Just ask questions on your post here on Fixya I am here to help, Thanks, John Tripp Appliance 911



LG LFX25960... | Answered on Jan 31, 2014

The message is ERROR ICE FAN. You can order a new one from LG for around $65 and if you know someone handy they can probably put it in by just eyeballing the old one. WARNING>>>>this must be someone with common sense and some degree of problem solving skills as it does not come with the fan blades and that must be switched. This is a common problem with this model and usually the ice fan goes out in about 12-20 months. Use your owners manual to figure out how to get the door off and access the fan. Also, Lg employees are confused and may try to tell you there is just one fan......they did tell me that!

The ER IF is part # 46811B1029E---The ER FF (freezer fan) is part # 4681JK1004E and only a skilled repairman can modify them to be interchanged.

LG LFX25960... | Answered on Dec 11, 2013

This may be a crazy idea, but maybe the crank is getting is getting wet and freezing. You might try turning freezer control up a bit to see if it makes a differences

LG LFX25960... | Answered on Jan 12, 2013

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