Question about Refrigerators
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The defrost heater element is bad, Do you know enough engineering to tackle the job ? You will need some hand tools and a spare Saturday afternoon .. Alternaively you could call a technician...
Posted on Sep 17, 2007
SOURCE: red light on not cold enouth
The red light bis indicating that the temp is too high, if you can ,turn the thermostat to a colder setting, if this makes no difference, then you have a serious problem, you will have to call an engineer.
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Posted on Dec 25, 2008
Yes that is the correct part number.
If a new cold control does not correct the problem. Replace the compressor start relay.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
SOURCE: Control board reset?
version of adaptive defrost : Press
refrigerator light switch five times in six seconds to initiate defrost cycle.
Pressing five more times within six seconds will cancel defrost and go straight
into the run mode. Similar operation on both bottom mount and SxS refrigerators.
After the defrost terminator/thermostat opens, six minutes of dwell time occurs
before the compressor and condenser fan motor will operate. After defrost
terminator/thermostat open, 10 minutes of dwell time occurs before the
evaporator fan motor will operate.
Posted on May 04, 2009
SOURCE: amana bottom freezer problem
It sounds like the condenser coil might be freezing up. This happened to me on my bottom freezer. The cooling part of your fridge is only in the back of the freezer compartment. The cold air from the freezer blows up through a vent in the back to the fridge and comes out at the top. If the coils do not defrost (which is what happened with mine) the air flow is blocked by the ice and can't get to the fridge compartment. Your freezer will still be cold but your fridge won't. If you pull the plug on it and time things right you can defrost the coils but this will only postpone the problem. Both will work for awhile again until the coils ice up again. You can also pull out the freezer drawere and try to defrost the coil with a blow dryer. You have to disconnect the icemaker and pull out the back panel behind the freezer to get to it though.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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