Question about LG LRBN20510WW Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
I have a similar situation as a previously posed question. My freezer is freezing but the refrigerator is not cooling. Following the instructions, in that posting, I found that the 'fan' behind the 'wall' is not spinning. The response suggested replacing it, where do you get the replacement motor? In that same posted, the author said that the thermostat might also be to blame, where can a replacement for that unit be found? Thanks in advance! Allan
Hesitate a little. the fact that the fan not spinning does not mean it is faulty. check continuity across the fan or if you can do so safely, power it direct from mains. remember a lot of these fans are unpowered when the door is open as well
Posted on Mar 30, 2007
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