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Depends on where leak is. If water is ponding in freezer, there will be a sheet of ice on freezer floor. This would indicate a defrost drain blockage. If not that, maybe ice maker or water valve or associated water lines.

LG Refrigerators | Answered on Jan 06, 2019

check for a stuck door switch.

Whirlpool... | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

Before replacing any part make a thorough check of the heater, freeze sensor, and the defrost timer coil or contacts. If contactsopen and closes when you rotate the timer manually, contacts are okey. If the coil have no resistance, it is defective. Replace the timer by unscrewing the two metal screws holding the timer. Make sure to install the terminal lug clips to the correct location and rescrew the new defrost timer. For heater, remove the terminal clips and remove the clamps holding the heater. Install the new heater and fix the desired clamps then connect the terminal lug clips. Freeze sensor should close contact when frozen. If the sensor does not contact when frozen replace the freeze sensor.

GE Refrigerators | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

bad display board or low voltage

LG Refrigerators | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

Old model refrigerator have their defrost timer located at the back right upper corner or the left lower corner with a hole slot for a screw driver. New models have it inside the refrigerator near the thermostat control. It also has a hole slot for a screw driver.

Amana... | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

you shud be able to reset the system , if not you can find the same model here or a newer model>>>

Samsung... | Answered on Jan 05, 2019

No, it probably has low gas or the thermostat is faulty.

The only thing do can do is make sure the condenser fins are clear of fluff.

Haier... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

This is caused by air leaking past the seal in the shut door. Push in on the paddle and release and watch the door shut close. It should make an air tight seal. You can also shine a flashlight in the shut and look at the opposite side to look for light.

Kenmore... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

Check these things.
Is the fan running in the freezer?
It should be running when the refrigerator is running.
Is there ice or frost on the back wall inside the freezer?
It should have none. If iced up your air flow is being blocked to the refrigerator section. Something is wrong with the defrost system.
Are your controls for the freezer set in the middle of the dial?
If its all the way up as cold as it can go you are actually slowing the airflow to the refrigerator. It should be in the middle. The refrigerator control can be set higher.
Is the fan under the refrigerator running when the compressor is on?
If not you may have a bad condenser motor.
You mentioned a noise when the unit shuts off, if its the fan by the compressor clear whatever is hitting the blade. If it in the compressor it is not repairable without replacing the compressor. However it should not affect the cooling of the refrigerator. The banging noise is caused by a broken suspension spring inside the compressor. so when it shuts off the compressor bangs against the housing. By the way your refrigerator was built by GE for Sears Kenmore

Kenmore... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

open the freezer door and empty the shelves look at the bottom of the panel in the freezer where the air holes are if it frozen or iced up. thats your problem your air flow is blocked with ice. other possibility would be a fan failure.

Kenmore... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

"When the door is opened and a fault has occurred, a specific number of beeps will sound. If a fault occurs, call your Fisher & Paykel Authorised Repairer immediately; the number of beeps will
help the service person find and remedy the cause of failure."

Refrigerators | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

ive seen them on the door switch pressing it 5 times and it went to green, check the manual if you have it

Samsung... | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

You can freeze the chicken bits but the lettuce and such will turn into mush when they thaw.

Refrigerators | Answered on Jan 04, 2019

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