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How To Repair Your Refrigerator
Repairing your refrigerator may seem like a daunting repair, but with our help it’s actually pretty easy! Select your symptom from the list below to get started on your repair.
The refrigerator fan motor may be in need of replacing when it makes too much noise. You may also notice the fridge is not as cool as it normally is.
If the fridge is leaking water, the problem could be a gasket, the water inlet valve (which supplies the fridge with dispensable water and ice), or even the ice maker itself.
Will not start
Fixing a fridge that will not start begins by checking the relay capacitor, the temperature control, and the electronic control board.
Fridge too warm
A fridge that won’t keep food cold is not much good to anybody. Replace the air damper, baffle, or diffuser to get cold air back into the fridge.
Ice maker not making ice
If your fridge ice maker quits, inspect the water supply. Check the tubes, filter, and inlet valve at the back of the fridge for breaks or leaks.
Fridge and Freezer are too warm
Temperature control is paramount for refrigerators. Check the evaporator fan motor, temperature sensor, or temperature control switch if your fridge or freezer is too warm.
Not dispensing water
A broken water inlet valve or water dispenser actuator could be to blame when water is not available from your refrigerator’s water dispenser.
Fridge runs too long
A defrost heater and defrost timer will help control the temperature in the refrigerator. If it’s running too long, consider replacing these parts.
Light not working
A fridge without a working light will usually mean one thing: you need a new light bulb or socket. We have the tips to fix your dim fridge.
Fridge too cold
When a fridge is too cold, it may mean the air inlet damper is damaged. Too much cold air is entering the fridge. Also check the temperature sensor and control board.
A door emitting water can be solved through a simple diagnosis. The gasket on the door could have a broken seal, or it could be in need of a new door assembly.
Freezer too cold
If your freezer is too cold, it may mean that you need to replace the temperature sensor or thermistor. It may also be that the air damper is letting in too much cold air, and needs fixing.