Question about Amana Refrigerators
Possibly the filter both air and water. Make sure the lines aren't frozen. If the unit has an ice maker you can warm the lines with a blow dryer ( warm on low fan) make sure it's level. Is the trim gasket around the door worn?
Posted on Jul 25, 2019
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My honest answer is that I have seen this before and in most cases the board works properly after the reboot.
Although you may not have lost power, you may have gotten a voltage spike. I would cancel the service man coming out, (I am a working service man myself) he probably will give you two options. #1 Wait to see if this happens again and if it does happen again soon, the board should be replaced. #2 replace the board now.
My suggestion is to soon go purchase a surge suppressor to plug into. This does not need to be a power strip style. A good quality suppressor that only has one or 2 plug in's or plugs directly into the wall receptacle should do fine. Your refrigerators maximum amp draw is listed on the model # sticker inside the refrigerator compartment.
I hope this helps, supertechks
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
could be a glitch in the defrost cycle the adaptive defrost control could be faulty and when you unplugged it you might have reset it it should be ok till monday but i would just get the basics untill the tech looks at it
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
SOURCE: not cooling properly
Sounds like your coils are getting plugged,(excess ice in and around the coils)if you have a cooler or some other place to keep your food cold,turn off or unplug the fridge,you want to defrost it,for the freezer place pans of hot water in it to speed up the process,leave doors open,should only take around 4 to 12 hrs.A good time to clean it to lol.
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Posted on Jan 31, 2009
first of all, check to make sure your fan is working, also check the inside compartment for the damper should be open when your rise or lower the temperature settings on your dial. when you rise your temperature dial to 5 you should feel air flow coming out of the damper, if not check to make sure that the evaporator fan is working first, if it is than check the damper door should be open sometime this damper door gets stuck on something or they break off.
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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Carl has the compressor been running continuous? Also between the freezer and fresh food compartment you will have a damper control hiding behind the controls. Some have a lever arm that helps adjust the damper to reduce or increase airflow from freezer and it is possible that the damper has become stuck wide open or the lever arm that when you slide the arm to adjust damper has come loose from the damper. Click Here for large photo=> Amana ATB2132ARQ Controls If your thermostat will not turn off then we may have a problem with=> 63001358 Thermostat Control as it could be bad and out of calibration. This is an interesting problem and would like to know what you find and resolve the problem. If this solution is helpful please rate, if not ask until I can help you fix this. Freezing fresh food is not good so I will be here to assist you, Thanks, Sea Breeze
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