KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS Side by Side Refrigerator Logo

Related Topics:

Question about KitchenAid Superba Architect KSCS25INSS Side by Side Refrigerator

1 Answer

Bad Milk milk keeps going bad in my kitchenaid fridge. the fridge thermometer reads about 40 degrees at the coolest setting. Also, there is a sheet of ice at the bottom of the freezer section.

Posted by espresso on

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    Washed everything nothing bad in fridge

×

Ad

1 Answer

Anonymous

  • Level 2:

    An expert who has achieved level 2 by getting 100 points

    All-Star:

    An expert that got 10 achievements.

    MVP:

    An expert that got 5 achievements.

    Vice President:

    An expert whose answer got voted for 100 times.

  • Expert
  • 290 Answers

I think your defrost drain is clogged so the water is draining into floor of freezer. The extra moisture is freezing the damper to the fridge so it isn't getting enough air. Hope this is some help so long after you posted the question.

Posted on Oct 07, 2007

  • Anonymous Oct 11, 2007

    Just wanting to follow up on your refrigerator problem and see if you fixed your problem.



    Thanks/mike

×

Ad

Add Your Answer

×

Uploading: 0%

my-video-file.mp4

Complete. Click "Add" to insert your video. Add

×

Loading...
Loading...

Related Questions:

1helpful
2answers

Electrolux Side by Side Fridge-Freezer ESE6108WA - freezes food in the fridge

hi its sound thermostat problem not click off when the temperature reach to the set point ,need to replace it.
1helpful
1answer

My ge profile arctica is about 9 years old. It is freezing food in the refrigerator, temp control is set at a 4 and the thermometer inside reads anywhere from 28 -40 in various areas of the fridge. Milk...

first run the diagnostics on the unit from the tech sheet inside the unit,then if thermistors are bad replace these there are 2 one on the left and one on the right wall in both fridge and freezer,if good per diagnostics then replace the electronic damper door located between the fridge and freezer compartments in the upper left hand corner of the fridge behind the plastic grille as these doors break and jamb open or shut and the temps can no longer be regulated during the diagnostics tests you can hear this door operate if its operating correctly,lastly,if these fail to solve your problem,replace the main control board in the back behind a panel
0helpful
1answer

My fridge is always running. maybe I need to change the settings? the fridge and the freezer are both set on 5. i do not have the manual

Put a thermometer in the fridge. It should be around 38 degrees or so depending how cold you want your milk. The freezer should be 0 degrees. If the temps are right it sounds like the switch is stuck. I had a freezer switch stick about 40 yrs ago and it ran and ran so I gave the switch an attitude adjustment. I hit it with my fist and believe it or not I still have it and it stills runs good and never had any more trouble out of it. It could be low on freon. Make sure the doors are closing tight. An air leak will cause them to run too much. Close the door on a dollar bill and it should have resitance when you pull it out.
0helpful
1answer

What is the operating tempreture at mid range setting & coldest setting

There is no certain temp at mid range . If there was , I'd say 40 degrees . If there was a certain temp , at any setting , then there would be no need for a thermostat , only an on/off switch . The mid-range , is set by the factory , as a normal operating temp , to keep food safe . However , some people like their milk colder , so , they turn the thermostat higher . Like milk warmer , turn down the thermostat . Basically , the settings are a personal preference of the temperature you like your food .
0helpful
1answer

Fridge side not getting cool, freezer works great

is the fan running in the freezer?.
is ther ice build up on the back wall of the freezer?
check fridge control, set midway, same with freezer control
0helpful
1answer

Fresh food side too warm

Refrigerator [email protected] 40 F or lower is the recommended refrigerator temperature to slow bacterial growth and maintain quality. Freezing occurs at 32 F; adjust refrigerator accordingly between 32 F and 40 F to prevent unwanted freezing, such as freezing milk.
http://lancaster.unl.edu/food/ciq-fridge-freezer-thermometer.shtml

1helpful
1answer
0helpful
1answer
0helpful
1answer

My fridge thermostat not working after being repaired

1) the gas in the refrigerator never has to be refilled, it is a sealed system. some one ripped you off. 2)if the thermostat is bad they are easy to replace. take the model # and bring it to your local parts house. sears now repairs all brands so if you have no parts house go to sears repair center. 3)you say the thermostat doesn't shut off. does the milk or soda in the refrigerator section freeze? get a food thermometer and leave it in a glass of water check the temp. of the water after an hour or two it should read 37- 42 degrees.if it is colder than that what setting is the thermometer set at, it should be on the energy efficient setting or the middle of the range.. if after all these minor checks, make sure your doors are closing properly and the light is going off. you may have a door adjustment problem. if allthese tests are ok then get a new thermostat, but remember all parts are not returnable so make sure you get the part you need. self help books are available at your local library check one out!
0helpful
1answer

Tenant says fridge is not cold enough and that food has gone off

I would check to see if the heater is working? It would behind the plastic back wall of the freezer. if its all frozen up and ice all over, get a hair dryer and melt ice and get a new heating element. cost is about 50 dollars
Not finding what you are looking for?

205 views

Ask a Question

Usually answered in minutes!

Top KitchenAid Refrigerators Experts

Cindy Wells

Level 3 Expert

6478 Answers

Marvin
Marvin

Level 3 Expert

85240 Answers

Lawrence Oravetz

Level 3 Expert

10558 Answers

Are you a KitchenAid Refrigerator Expert? Answer questions, earn points and help others

Answer questions

Manuals & User Guides

Loading...