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There are three fans in that model

Circulating fans:
Fridge compartment in the top right.
Left compartment bottom.

and
Compressor fan at the bottom, accessed from the rear.

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Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 08, 2021


Coldest setting is the one fully clockwise. Correct setting for it is the temperature that you feel is correct for your needs and environment.. Start with a "4" setting and see if that works for you.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 08, 2021


Causes of the problem, 1 bad heater element, 2, bad bi-metal thermostat , 3 drain clogged accumulate water and freeze the whole section, if the unit is build on a defrost timer, it may be working with non stop with this device you can send the unit to defrost manually, if defrost is controlled by a board and heater plus bi-metal are ok, board is bad, remove everything from freezer section keep the unit on, remove the evaporator cover, visually inspect the drain, to check the heater element and the bi-metal thermostat you will need some electrical skills and a continuity tester, inspect for a broken heater element.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 07, 2021


The freezer temp can be controlled with air supply setting, the box would have two compressors in order to get control temp different, in a regular refrigerator is not possible only some commercial boxes have two different condenser units, if the box is shutting down or maintaining 36 the system is ok., compressor stop at 36 in the fridge, -20 in the freezer section is the best.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 07, 2021


Hi ,

Please use below link https://manuals.appliancesonline.com.au/mpf14crn2/mpf14cen2.pdf

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 07, 2021


This error message means that there is a problem with the fan connection in the unit.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 05, 2021


01 - Clogged or Freezing Defrost Drain
In the event that the defrost channel is frozen, the water will flood the channel box and trickle down to the lower part of the compartment. This water can ultimately spill onto the floor. Check the defrost channel to decide whether it is obstructed or frozen. In the event that the defrost channel is frozen, defrost the ice. Furthermore, flush the channel with boiling water to guarantee that it is away from garbage.
01 - Clogged or Freezing Defrost Drain
On the off chance that the defrost channel is frozen, the water will flood the channel box and dribble down to the lower part of the compartment. This water can at last hole onto the floor. Check the defrost channel to decide whether it is stopped up or frozen. On the off chance that the defrost channel is frozen, defrost the ice. Also, flush the channel with heated water to guarantee that it is away from flotsam and jetsam.
02 - Water Filter Head
The water channel head may be broken, or the seal might be torn or missing. Investigate the water channel lodging for breaks. On the off chance that you find any breaks in the water channel lodging, supplant it.
03 - Water Filter Housing
Review the water channel lodging for breaks. In the event that you find any breaks in the water channel lodging, supplant the lodging.
04 - Water Inlet Valve
The water delta valve opens to supply water to the allocator and icemaker. In the event that the water bay valve is broken or has a baggy, water will spill from the valve. Review the water bay valve for breaks, and ensure that it is firmly gotten to the water supply line.
05 - Water Tank Assembly
Review the water tank get together for any breaks. Know that the hole might be exceptionally little and elusive. On the off chance that you find a break, supplant the water tank. Try not to endeavor to fix the water tank-paste won't adhere appropriately to the plastic of the tank.

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KitchenAid... | Answered on Feb 05, 2021


Good morning Jesus

Both are faulty. No defrost cycle and heater. The evaporator needs to be clear to blow cold air. They may also have lost gas.

You need to claim on the warranty.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 05, 2021


Drawer Runners failure. You need new ones. Claim on the warranty. The fact it is against a wall should not make a difference.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 04, 2021


Clogged coils will cause poor cooling. Check to make sure that nothing is stuck in the condenser fan and that it spins freely models with coils on the back do not have a fan. To do this unplug the fridge and pull it out. and also clean the fan blades and spin the fan by hand to see if it's stuck.
If the fridge is showing you an E9 error code then the chances are that there is a problem with the temperature control. The temperature control is connected to the built in thermostat in which will need to be replaced if it is defective.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 04, 2021


Perhaps this generic guide will help:

http://www.applianceoutletservice.com/troubleshooting-guide/freezer-not-freezing-refrigerator-section-cooling.htm

It is always helpful to know the model number of the applance.

I think your fridge is sold in South Africa but without the model number, there is unlikely to be much response.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 03, 2021


Not sure what 'inner compartment has pump up', means, but if the door was open for 2 months, that means the compressor has been running continuously with no down time once the set temperature was reached. You have probably burned out the compressor.

Switch it off overnight, try it in the morning. If it doesn't cool, you need a service call.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 03, 2021


Vhotho, Maytag put out a service bullitin regarding this problem. This of course is for the model that is posted. The fix is to install a new right side center hinge and door stop limiting the opening to 135 degrees. They must of redesigned it. I can give you the part numbers. Black and stainless the hinge is 67006443 and the stop is 67006276. For white the hinge is 67006379 and the stop is 67006278. This bullitin came out in Feb of 2006. TDR-0057a-b. Catriver..post back.

Maytag MFD2561HE... | Answered on Feb 02, 2021


In most cases no, the reason they don't want them to be laid down when transporting is because they have oil in the refrigerant lines. When the unit is laid down, the oil pools in pipes and can cause issues if the unit is plugged in immediately after being stood up. In order to reduce the chance of something going wrong, allow it to stand up right for 24 hours before you turn it on.

Refrigerators | Answered on Feb 01, 2021

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