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it could be your evaporator fan that's located in the back of your freezer being blocked by ice buildup. you will have to turn off the light by either using a magnet or pressing the light switch off so fan will run while door is open. Fan will not run while door is open and light on. Do you have frost buildup on rear wall of the freezer?

LG Refrigerators | 147 views | 0 helpful votes


Could be a defective temperature control

Samsung... | 242 views | 1 helpful votes


The Hoover Orchid is actually a rebadged Phillips Fridge. It would be over 20 years old now. I used to fix these in the mid to late 90,s

Hoover... | 160 views | 1 helpful votes


It could be the defrost-limit thermostat (bi-metal), or a bad temperature-conrol (cold-control) thermostat.

Kenmore... | 59 views | 1 helpful votes


Contact Samsung directly to order the repair manual.

Samsung... | 62 views | 0 helpful votes


call a local repair service needs air damper motor changed

Refrigerators | 45 views | 0 helpful votes


Take the filter out and examine the seals that are on it. Make sure there are no burrs or gouges. Put some shortning on it for lubrication, reinsert.

LG Refrigerators | 160 views | 0 helpful votes


could be it needs a service call for ftron

Refrigerators | 43 views | 0 helpful votes


sounds like the cutting grid is broken .look at grid and see wire broke .if it is you will need a new cutting grid.

GE Refrigerators | 89 views | 0 helpful votes


There is some truth to it. Refrigerant needs to flow from high pressure to low pressure, and refrigerant pressure is directly proportional to temperature. Once the temperature drops below 40*F, for the outdoor coil, refrigeration efficiency is lost. Some heatpump units need auxiliary heat because.
Cold refrigerant condenses, into a liquid, and a compressor will not compress liquid, why its valves and internals would chatter into pieces. There is such thing as compressor crank case heaters, or belly band heaters. A heater removes, evaporates liquid refrigerant from within a compressor, it is protection.

I would get a compressor heater, wraps around the compressor belly, near 50 watts, and can use a relay to switch off the heater when the compressor runs, or let the heater work continuously.

Frigidaire... | 44 views | 1 helpful votes


sounds like your compressor has gone, if the compressor isn't running then the unit won't freeze or get cold. if you mean the condenser fan? then replace it!

Refrigerators | 149 views | 2 helpful votes


id use silicone spray it wont smell so long...

Refrigerators | 379 views | 1 helpful votes


That can be two things.

1. Condensation

2. The evaporator is in there behind the grill with a small fan. It freezes up and has a defrost which causes water. That water runs into a drain, your drain is blocked or the fan isn't working.

28 years old, you are due for a new one.

Amana... | 56 views | 2 helpful votes


Contact Sears to request assistance.

They offer online chat as well as telephone support.

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