Servis Frost free fridge/freezer - freezer working but the fridge is warm. The red warning triangle did come on but has since gone off again - I have misplaced the manual. Have you any idea of the problem?
I am desperate now for advice - this product has just come out of guarantee
Re: frost free fridge/freezer - not cold in fridge
The most common problem with refrigerators not cooling when the freezer cooling is the fan which supplies cold air to the freezer. Not easy to get to in most cases. Another problem is the vent to the fridge part is blocked or not operating with the adjustment control.
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sounds like the thermostat has packed in, it works as a switch for the compressor (which will be constantly on) if its a conventional model and should be replaced. if its a frost free it will be a control module thats faulty. never work on a live appliance and get expert advice if you are at all unsure when replacing parts as if not isolated properly you will give yourself a nasty shock.
Frost free fidges are supposed to stay frost free because the automatically defrost regularly. When they do this they may drain water down to the bottom of your fridge. Look for a tray that catches this water underneath the unit. Make sure yo keep it emptied. If you live in a very warm climate you may be getting a lot of humidity inside. There may be a switch that you can change for lower moisture.
It may be that the temperature of the unit is not yet up to temp.The flashing light will indicate this.Warning the user the unit is not ready,or up to safe temp.. Let the unit run to catch up,since you just started it.
possibly due to not defrosting. take off rear panel in freezer and check if there is ice build-up on the evaporator. if so, melt off carefully with a hair dryer and appliance will then work. get back to me with what you find if you wish