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19 COMMON REFRIGERATOR PROBLEMS

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REFRIGERATOR & FREEZER

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7 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Compressor components are wearing out or have failed. (2) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (3) Condenser Fan Motor Bearings are worn out or dry. (4) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (5) Evaporator Fan Motor Grommet is worn out, torn, or detached. (6) Fan Blade is rubbing against something or obstructed. (7) Water Inlet Valve is restricted by mineral deposits.
Enjoy a Quite Refrigerator again.
noisy - makes strange noises
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12 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Defrost Drain is clogged or frozen. (2) Defrost Drain Tube is frozen or overflowing. (3) Door Gaskets or Seals are distorted or torn . (4) Drain Pan is overflowing or cracked. (5) Ice Maker Assembly is malfunctioning. (6) Water Filter Head is cracked, or a seal is torn or missing. (7) Water Filter Housing is cracked. (8) Water Filter is not fitted properly . (9) Water Inlet Valve is not closing, is cracked, or has a loose fitting. (10) Water Inlet Valve solenoids are malfunctioning. (11) Water System Tubing is cut, ripped, or broken. (12) Water Tank Assembly is cracked.
Enjoy a Waterproof Refrigerator again.
leaking water
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10 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Compressor is locked up, or not compressing refrigerant. (2) Compressor Start Relay is broken, or is burnt out. (3) Defrost Timer Contacts are stuck closed. (4) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (5) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (6) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sensing when to run the compressor. (7) Overload Or Relay-Start Capacitor is overheating or arcing. (8) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not sensing the temperature accurately. (9) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not cycling the compressor properly. (10) Cold Control & Temperature Control is not supplying power.
Enjoy a Working Refrigerator again.
stopped running, won't start
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25 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Cold Control & Temperature Control is not supplying power. (2) Compressor is locked up, or not compressing refrigerant. (3) Compressor is not compressing or circulating refrigerant. (4) Compressor Start Relay is broken, or is burnt out. (5) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (6) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (7) Defrost Heater wire filament is faulty, or burned out. (8) Defrost Heater Assembly is defective. (9) Defrost Sensor (or defrost bi-metal termination thermostat) is not detecting the evaporator temperature accurately. (10) Defrost Thermostat is defective, or contacts stay open. (11) Defrost Timer Contacts are stuck open. (12) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (13) Door Gaskets or Seals are distorted or torn. (14) Door Seals have gaps, are torn, or worn out. (15) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (16) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sensing when to run the compressor. (17) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (18) Freezer or Refrigerator Door Hinges are bent or misaligned. (19) Temperature Capillary Tube (or sensing bulb) is damaged or out of position. (20) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not cycling the compressor properly. (21) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not sensing the temperature accurately. (22) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is out of calibration. (23) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat wire terminals are loose or corroded. (24) Temperature Control Board is faulty or shorted out. (25) Thermistor (or temperature sensor) is not accurately monitoring or providing the temperature.
Enjoy a Properly Cooling Refrigerator again.
too warm, not cooling or cold
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5 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Closure Cams are broken, or not closing tightly. (2) Door Gaskets or Seals are distorted or torn. (3) Door Hinges & Bearings are worn or dried out, or not closing completely. (4) Ice Dispenser Door (or flapper) spring is broken, or not closing completely. (5) Ice Dispenser Door (or flapper) vinyl or foam rubber seal is letting room air into the refrigerator.
Enjoy a Sweat-free Doors again.
door sweating
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6 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Switch is not detecting the door position, or senses the door is open when it’s closed. (2) Light Assembly is defective. (3) Light Board is faulty, or not receiving the proper voltage. (4) Light Bulb is burnt out, or has a broken filament. (5) Light Control Plate is shorted out. (6) Light Socket is faulty, or not getting power.
Enjoy Working Lights again.
lights not working
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3 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Freezer or Refrigerator Door Hinges are bent or misaligned. (2) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (3) Drain Pan is dirty, has mildew or insects in it.

Enjoy a Properly Working Refrigerator.

needs routine maintenance
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5 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Circuit Breaker has tripped. (2) Outlet is faulty. (3) Power Cord is shorting out. (4) Power Cord Prongs are disconnected. (5) Wires are loose and arcing.
Enjoy a Working Refrigerator again.
no power - won't turn on

REFRIGERATOR

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20 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Air Damper is stuck closed, or not properly controlling air flow. (2) Air Inlet Damper or Baffle is broken, or linkage to the control knob is damaged. (3) Compressor is not compressing or circulating refrigerant. (4) Compressor Start Relay is broken, or is burnt out. (5) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (6) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (7) Defrost Sensor (or defrost bi-metal termination thermostat) is not detecting the evaporator temperature accurately. (8) Defrost Timer Contacts are stuck open. (9) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (10) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (11) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sensing when to run the compressor. (12) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (13) Evaporator Fan Motor windings have no continuity. (14) Evaporator Fins have frost build up. (15) Fan Blade is rubbing against something or obstructed. (16) Freezer or Refrigerator Door Hinges are bent or misaligned. (17) Start Capacitor is faulty. (18) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not cycling the compressor properly. (19) Temperature Control Board is not sending voltage. (20) Thermistor (or temperature sensor) is not accurately monitoring or providing the temperature.
Enjoy a Properly Cooling Refrigerator again.
too warm, not cooling or cold
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13 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Dispenser Control Board is faulty, or is not supplying power. (2) Dispenser Switch is defective, or not sending voltage. (3) Door Switch has failed, or senses the door is open when it’s closed. (4) Ice & Water Filter is clogged with debris or contaminants. (5) Low Water Pressure from the Water Inlet Valve or Home. (6) Micro Switch is not supplying power. (7) Water Dispenser Actuator is faulty or broken. (8) Water Fill Tubes are kinked, frozen, or blocked. (9) Water Inlet Valve doesn’t open. (10) Water Inlet Valve is restricted by mineral deposits. (11) Water Inlet Valve Screen is plugged. (12) Water Inlet Valve solenoids are not opening the valve. (13) Water Tube in Door is Frozen.
Enjoy a Working Water Dispenser again.
dispenser not working
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11 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Air Inlet Damper or Baffle is broken, or linkage to the control knob is damaged. (2) Air Inlet Damper or Baffle is deteriorated or deformed. (3) Air Inlet Damper or Baffle is failing to balance air flow from the evaporator fan housing. (4) Damper Control Assembly is stuck open or broken. (5) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (6) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not sensing when to run the compressor. (7) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not cycling the compressor properly. (8) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat is not sensing the temperature accurately. (9) Temperature Control (or cold control) Thermostat settings are wrong. (10) Temperature Control Board is sending continuous voltage. (11) Thermistor (or temperature sensor) is not accurately monitoring or providing the temperature.
Enjoy a Properly Cooling Refrigerator again.
too cold, freezing
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17 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Condenser Coils are dirty or frosted over. (2) Condenser Fan Motor is bad. (3) Defrost Control Board is not properly monitoring or running the defrost cycle. (4) Defrost Heater Assembly is defective. (5) Defrost Heater wire filament is faulty, or burned out. (6) Defrost Thermostat is defective, or contacts stay open. (7) Defrost Thermostat is not accurately sensing coils temperature, or turning on/off the defrost heater. (8) Defrost Timer Contacts are stuck open. (9) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (10) Door Gaskets or Seals are distorted or torn. (11) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is constantly sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (12) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not turning on the defrost heater. (13) Evaporator Coils are frosted over. (14) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (15) Fan Blade is rubbing against something or obstructed. (16) Freezer Temperature is Above 10 Degrees F (-12C). (17) Sealed System components are defective.
Enjoy a Properly Working Refrigerator again.
runs constantly, or too long
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3 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Defrost Drain Tube is clogged or cracked. (2) Defrost Drain Tube is frozen or overflowing. (3) Water System Tubing is cut, ripped, or broken.
Enjoy a Waterproof Refrigerator again.
water under crisper drawers
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12 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Damper Control Assembly is stuck open or broken. (2) Defrost Control Board is not properly monitoring or running the defrost cycle. (3) Defrost Thermostat is defective, or contacts stay open. (4) Defrost Timer Contacts are stuck closed. (5) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (6) Evaporator Fan Motor is faulty or failing. (7) Fan Blade is rubbing against something or obstructed. (8) Evaporator Fan Motor windings have no continuity. (9) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is defective. (10) Temperature Control Board is not sending voltage. (11) Evaporator Coils are frosted over. (12) Thermistor (or temperature sensor) is not accurately monitoring or providing the temperature.
Enjoy a Properly Cooling Refrigerator again.
Freezer is cold but fridge is warm

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19 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Door Switch senses the door is open when it’s closed. (2) Freezer Temperature is Above 10 Degrees F (-12C). (3) Heat Release is faulty. (4) Ice & Water Filter is clogged with debris or contaminants. (5) Ice cubes are stuck in the Ejector Blades. (6) Ice Level Control Board is not sending signals, or is not getting power. (7) Ice Maker Assembly is defective, or has ice buildup and is frozen. (8) Ice Mold is damaged. (9) Icemaker Module is not ejecting cubes into the ice bucket. (10) Icemaker Module On/Off Switch is in the off position, or bail arm is in the down position. (11) Icemaker Mold Thermostat is not cycling the release of ice cubes properly. (12) Icemaker Switch is turned off, or defective. (13) Low Water Pressure from the Water Inlet Valve or Home. (14) Water Fill Tubes are kinked, frozen, or blocked. (15) Water Fill Tubes are leaking. (16) Water Inlet Valve doesn’t open. (17) Water Inlet Valve is restricted by mineral deposits. (18) Water Inlet Valve Screen is plugged. (19) Water Inlet Valve solenoids are not opening the valve.
Enjoy a Working Ice Maker again.
ice maker not making ice
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13 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Air Damper (or freezer control) is adjusted improperly, or defective. (2) Air Damper (or freezer control) is stuck closed, or not properly controlling air flow. (3) Compressor is running constantly. (4) Defrost Heating Element fails, or is burned out. (5) Defrost Sensor (or defrost bi-metal termination thermostat) is not detecting the evaporator temperature accurately. (6) Defrost Timer Contacts are stuck closed. (7) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (8) Door Gaskets or Seals are distorted or torn. (9) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is constantly sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (10) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not turning on the defrost heater. (11) Freezer or Refrigerator Door Hinges are bent or misaligned. (12) Thermistor (or temperature sensor) is incorrectly signaling the control board to close the air damper too much. (13) Thermistor (or temperature sensor) is not accurately monitoring or providing the temperature.
Enjoy a Frost-free Freezer again.
too cold, freezing
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5 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Dispenser Control Board is faulty, or is not supplying power. (2) Dispenser Switch is defective, or not sending voltage. (3) Door Switch has failed, or senses the door is open when it’s closed. (4) Micro Switch is not supplying power. (5) Ice Dispenser Actuator is faulty or broken.
Enjoy a Working Ice Dispenser again.
ice dispenser not working
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8 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Defrost Control Board is not properly monitoring or running the defrost cycle. (2) Defrost Heater Assembly is defective. (3) Defrost Sensor with Fuse tripped, or is defective. (4) Defrost Thermostat is defective, or contacts stay open. (5) Defrost Timer Contacts are stuck closed. (6) Defrost Timer is not controlling the defrost heater or compressor properly. (7) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is constantly sending voltage to the compressor and fans. (8) Electronic Control Board (or main control board / power control board) is not turning on the defrost heater.
Enjoy a Frost-free Freezer again.
not defrosting
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3 issues that may be the cause:
(1) Ice Maker Assembly is malfunctioning. (2) Low Water Pressure from the Water Inlet Valve. (3) Water Inlet Valve is not closing fully when shut off, is cracked, or has a loose fitting.
Enjoy a Properly Working Ice Maker again.
ice maker overflowing

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Air Inlet Damper or Baffle
Temperature Control
Compressor
Start Relay
Condenser Coils
Condenser Fan Motor
Motor Bearings
Damper Control Assembly

Door Gaskets or Seals
Door Hinges & Bearings
Door Switch
Drain Pan
Electronic Control Board
Fan Blade
Ice & Water Filter
Light Assembly
Light Board & Control Plate
Light Bulb & Socket

Micro Switch
Relay-Start Capacitor
Power Cord
Cord Prongs
Start Capacitor
Sealed System
Temperature Capillary Tube
Temperature Control Board
Temperature Control Thermostat
Thermistor

Water Dispenser
Water Dispenser Actuator
Water Fill Tubes
Water Filter Head & Housing
Water Inlet Valve
Inlet Valve Screen
Water System Tubing
Water Tank Assembly

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Cold Control
Defrost Control Board
Defrost Drain & Tube
Defrost Heater Assembly
Defrost Heating Element
Defrost Sensor
Defrost Thermostat
Defrost Timer

Defrost Timer Contacts
Dispenser Control Board
Dispenser Switch
Closure Cams
Ejector Blades
Evaporator Coils
Evaporator Fan Motor
Motor Grommet
Evaporator Fins

Heat Release
Ice & Water Filter
Ice dispenser
Ice Dispenser Actuator & Door
Ice Level Control Board
Ice Maker Assembly
Icemaker Module
Icemaker Mold Thermostat
Icemaker Switch

Sealed System
Start Capacitor
Temperature Capillary Tube
Temperature Control Board
Temperature Control Thermostat
Thermistor