20 Most Recent Nor-Lake Kold Locker&, Indoor +35°F Cooler, 8'x 10'x 7'-7"H, w/floor - KLB77810-W Questions & Answers

You should have a tag / sticker on or near the compressor. This will tell you the info for servicing
I hope this helps:).

Nor-Lake Kold... | Answered on Apr 20, 2010

Unfortunately, this model has had quite a few problems, because it is such a complicated refrigerator. Many times a shorted component that is connected to the Iceland main control board will affect completely unrelated items making it easy to chase your tail for hours. I would suspect the freezer thermostor - only because we have had to replace it many times in the past.
Suggest you go to the www.searspartsdirect.com and copy the electrical diagram and then verify electrical reading on the main PCB, to try to isolate the problem.

Nor-Lake... | Answered on Jan 26, 2012

There are a few companys that make temp chart recorders that are battery controled and you could get one of these and just put it inside the refrigerator, problem solved. Check at United Refrigeration, and Johnstone Supply they both have manufacturers that will allow you to keep charts. The 2 things to keep in mind 1 How often are you going to change charts, 2 what temperature range are you looking for.

Oh yes and Im sure there is a company that makes a remote sensed temp recorder that can tie into a computer and print out charts as needed. This is a little more specialized but I know the technology is asvailable. Probably Johnson or Penn Controls would know about this.

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Nor-Lake... | Answered on May 29, 2009

Being that old probably not worth it. IMHO Trying to track down the short could be tricky. Does it do it when you first you plug it in? Not sure how that fridge is configured but if you can unplug it and maybe unhook a certain component from the power board and see if it stops doing it, you could narrow it down....

Refrigerators | Answered 10 hours ago

No, there are heaters around the edge of the freezer door to stop condensation and the subsequent freezing shut of the door. That would tear the rubber gasket. If you open the door and feel around the edge of the freezer compartment, you will feel the warmth.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday

Freezing systems have a few basic sub-assemblies:

1. Cooling system - compressor (black "pot" with tubing and wires coming out of it located underneath in the rear - Item 29 below in the top drawing), compressor starting relay 9item 30),temperature control and all connecting refrigerant tubing.

2. Defrost system (if frost free, which yours is) to intermittently shut off the cooling for approx. 30 minutes, turn on a heater to melt off accumulated frost plus a safety stat to prevent overheats.

3. Fan system to circulate the cold air inside the freezer.

So, with the door closed (or holding in the door switch) does the fan run? If not, bad fan or bad door switch or broken wire or ice buildup preventing fan from turning.

Pulling the freezer away from the wall, (carefully) feel of the compressor, is it hot or warm? Very hot means it's trying to start/run but can't, so it gets hotter and hotter. Warm means it is running and should cool. Cold/room temp means it is not running, nor even trying to start.

Once you know those items you can focus in on the problem area: Cooling problem, air circulation problem or defrost problem. Most likely is defrost problem, second (on a Frigidaire) is a running and trying to cool, but low on refrigerant (leak) and then perhaps a bad compressor relay or fan. Some of these units also had issues with the control module (item 166 in the bottom graphic) and would not supply power to the compressor.

Basically, find out what works, isolate the problem to one of the three basic areas of function, then drill down to the specific item. It's the classic decision tree from school. A basic volt/ohm meter ($20-$40) is a great tool for tracking down these problems. Good luck.

Refrigerators | Answered 2 days ago

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Refrigerators | Answered 3 days ago

Hi. Cooler compartment is not cooling adequately in your case no 2 compartment it can be cooling air flow blocked or sensor malfunction, try to remove all products from compartment 2 reset the fridge and see if error appears again. If so sensor malfunction.

Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 05, 2021

Make and Model help in such questions, but a career chef and catering manager, I can offer a few suggestion Babsy.

Plus 8'C for your fridge is a fraction high, 6'C would be better.

The Freezer set display of -18'C is perfect, but it appears you are seeing an error message of 22, because the internal thermometer is sensing -22'C which is far too cold.


You have an Error 22. Google can help

make model error 22
make model manual
make model display showing 22

I think at some stage in the future you will need a service call.

Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 04, 2021

I have a samsung srl3616b fridge freezer. I want to switch the way the door open? Is there s video to show me how?

Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 03, 2021

Appliance repair shop notify manufacturer or online search

Refrigerators | Answered on Mar 02, 2021

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