Question about Maytag MSD2432G Side by Side Refrigerator
SOURCE: Making Noise
I have the exact same problem. The faint buzz gets louder and more frequent over the course of about a week, and then stops cooling. I have been looking around and find that it is most likely the relay/overload and hopefully not the compressor. My problem started after having an AC unit plugged into the same circuit trip the breaker. I am going to replace the part myself because it looks really simple. I will post my results. I will hopefully getting the part tomorrow. My frige is not quite 3yrs old, and from the look of it, this looks like a common issue with this model. If it is the compressor it should be covered by the 5yr warranty.
Model #: MSD2732GRS
Relay/Overload Kit Part Code: 4SP04D419LF
Posted on May 31, 2008
This sounds like a stuck compressor, you really should call a service tech. to verify that the compressor is faulty or maybe a bad start relay. A qualified service man can verify this problem. If it is in fact a bad compressor you will probably opt for a new refrigerator.
Posted on Jan 09, 2009
You have one of two problems going on. Your fan is spinning at hitting the sides. Or your compressor is shot which seems to be more the problem and even though it is cold the humming sound is a warning for you that the compressor is shot and it is more affordable to replace the fridge then the compressor. Sometimes compressor can cost more then the fridge.
Posted on May 28, 2009
Testimonial: "It was the compressor. Bought a new Amana and it's great! Hate Sears still;)"
SOURCE: freezer not freezing food
try turning off the whole of the freezer off then clean it and clear all the food out then switch back on then put it on cold as normal then click super or too make the process faster button to make the freezer colder
Please vote if works thanks :)
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
I have the same problem. It is ice buildup around the evaporator fan that begins as a buzzing (the fan blades hitting the advancing "glacier"), which ultimately stops the fan and then the freezer/fridge stop cooling. Just pull the lower sheet metal from the inside rear of the freezer (need to remove some screws from upper sheet also) and chip the ice away. I've got a question in to Maytag now to see how to prevent this from recurring. I've had to take the thing apart 3 times in 2 years.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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