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Avanti... | Answered 2 days ago

We had the same issue. My husband unscrewed the filter cover (1 screw on the left side of the filter under the light flap). Then he pushed the old filter in & lifted it up and it came right out.

Frigidaire... | Answered 3 days ago

This can be a complex problem. Test whether the defrost heater circuit is getting 120 v from the main control board. If it is getting the voltage, the main control board is okay. You could have a broken heating element or a blown fuse in the defrost control assembly. Here's a video for a different error code that shows how to access the freezer evaporator in that type of refrigerator: Unplug the refrigerator and use the procedure in that video to remove the evaporator cover in the freezer. Check the resistance through the defrost heater and replace it if it's electrical open (measures infinite resistance). If the defrost heater is okay, you may need to replace the defrost control assembly which contains the defrost thermistor and fuse. You might want to call a service person on this.

Kenmore... | Answered on Feb 19, 2020

How do you adjust the temperature on this panel?

Bosch B22CS50SNS... | Answered on Feb 18, 2020

  • Clean up the living area where the gnats are hanging around. This is usually the kitchen .Take away all garbage, clean the sink disposal, and throw away any food residue.

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    Spray the counters with a cleaner that contains bleach to discourage gnats. Dry off the counters with paper towels.

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    • Find out where the gnats are getting into the house. If there are cracks around windows or doors bass seal them. Fix any window or door screens.
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    Pour a cup of ammonia down your sink drains and disposal to coat the inside. Gnats inside the drains will quickly die.

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    Mix together equal parts apple cider vinegar and dish detergent.

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    Pour the mixture into small dishes or cups and set them out in the areas where gnats congregate. The gnats will be attracted to the sweetness of the vinegar but will get caught and die in the dish soap.

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    Keep trash cans covered at all times, and empty them every night.

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    Leave your compost buckets outside. Gnats love vegetables and fruits.

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    Avoid over watering your plants. Soggy soil attracts gnats

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 18, 2020

bad heater element on wires

Whirlpool... | Answered on Feb 18, 2020

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Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 18, 2020

Lamona HJA6740 fridge How difficult would it be to change the thermostat?

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 16, 2020

Sounds to me like the system is low on refrigerant. Possibly through a punctured gas line after defrosting using a hard pointy object ?

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 15, 2020

The compressor is self contained in a sealed enclosure. The noise means that the anchors inside the enclosure have broken. This does not affect the performance or life of the whole unit but it can be annoying. There is nothing you yourself can do about it and it would require the compressor assembly to be replaced. It would be better to get a new appliance.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 13, 2020


Refrigerator Condenser Coil Cleaning Refrigerator Repair

For those that are having cool weather right now you do not think about the problems that can happen to your refrigerator when the first hot weather hits. Every year when the first warm days come along I get calls from people that complain that their refrigerator is not cooling like it should. Many times the fix is a very simple one. Something that a good vacuum cleaner and an air compressor can easily fix.

When I get there or if I ask them the bottom front of their refrigerator looks something like this.


And the underneath of the refrigerator looks like this, or even worse.


To fix this problem, a little cleaning is all that is needed. When the room temperature is cooler the air going over the condenser coil will still get enough heat away to keep the refrigerator cooling. However when the room starts to heat up and the air does not absorb as much of the heat the refrigerator will start to get warmer.

Pull the front grill off of the refrigerator and wash that out. Then if you have a good vacuum with a crevice tool, reach in from the front and the back of the refrigerator to remove as much of the dust and dirt as possible. Often I will then use my air compressor to blow out more of the dust and dirt and continue to vacuum as needed. Use patience as you do this, as it will take time and blowing from both the front and back a number of times to really get the coil to clean out.

Now that you know what to do, why wait for the warm weather and for the refrigerator to start acting up before cleaning the coil? Get out the soap and water, the vacuum and air compressor and clean it out now. The cleaning will also help your refrigerator to run more efficiently and save you money.

on Feb 11, 2020 | Refrigerators

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