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The freezer door has a slight gap at the top
Replace the gasket.
Your local appliance parts hose should have them in stock, and if not can likely order them.
This is a common problem and quite easy to fix. Most gaskets are simply pressed into a seam in the door. A few are held in place by simple metal brackets than can be removed with a screwdriver.
on Aug 24, 2009
My freezer fan is not working. Can it be fixed?
The fan won't work when the unit is in the defrost cycle.
Some won't run when the door is open.
It won't run when the compressor isn't running.
Test it here>http://www.acmehowto.com/howto/appliance/refrigerator/refrigerator.php
And yes, you can replace it.
on Jul 11, 2009
Haier 4.6 stainless steel fridge...
Check the thermostat. make sure it is turned on. The thermostat can shut it off. Also check to see if you have power to that outlet you are using. If none of that is the problem you can try and bypass the thermostat with a jumper wire( If you are comfortable with do this) Be careful when doing this cause electric shock is possible. don't touch any wires directly
on Apr 24, 2009
Beko fridge freezer humming
- Loose flooring or floor not firm.
- Cabinet not level.
- Tubing in contact with cabinet, other tubing or other metal.
- Drip tray vibrating.
- Fan hitting another part or worn fan motor bearings. Unplug the unit and rotate fan manually by your finger.
- Compressor mounting grommets worn or missing; mounting hardware loose or missing.
- Free or loose parts causing or allowing noise during operation
- Check compressor it may contact with tubing or other parts.
- Check the body of your unit is not touching the wall or other object.
on Jan 12, 2008
HAIER REFRIG IN A CAMPER
Interesting! I'm going to assume that this is a 110V unit running on an alternate power supply rather than regular AC. First: test the circuit with at least a 100 watt light bulb for a few minutes. If that looks okay (bulb at full brightness, not flickering), let's go on. What I also don't know is what 'overloads' you're speaking about. If it is the compressor (there is a light clicking sound periodically in or near the black compressor unit), the problem could be that it is overheating because something is blocking the airflow around the coils like an ant nest or debris. You've got to go in and clean them. Unplug unit, remove the contents and glass shelves, lay the unit on its side so you can see what's what in the back. Remove anything that looks like the manufacturer didn't put it in there. Look up into the area where the tubes go into the back panel area, too. Do not clean with water! If the unit is more than 5 years old, it probably should be scrapped. Note that older units have R-12 refrigerant which should be handled only by a qualified tech or recycler.
on Nov 25, 2007
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