Refrigerators - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues


Usually, a saddle valve is connected to a water line below the refrigerator (basement?). The leaky plastic line has to be repaired/replaced.

Refrigerators | Answered just now | 13 views


nor would we call your local refrigeration company

Samsung... | Answered 4 hours ago | 21 views


EITHER CALL A REFRIGERATION REPAIR SERVICE OR SCRAP IT OUT

CDA... | Answered 14 hours ago | 19 views


Control board d probably damaged from power surge.

Kenmore... | Answered 14 hours ago | 37 views


There should be a compression fitting that seals the water tube to the fridge. The fitting looks like a brass or plastic nut that the tubing sticks into. Shut off water supply to the fridge and carefully remove the fitting nut...there should be cone shaped compression ring inside the fitting nut. Slide the nut over the tube, then the compression ring over the tube. If the compression ring is tapered towards one end, then put the narrow end towards the end of the tube. Now stick the tube up to the fitting on the fridge where the nut screws on to the fridge. Hold the tubing firmly against the fitting and slide the compression ring and nut up to the fitting and screw the nut back on (compression ring should be inside the nut). You must hold the tubing firmly against the fitting until you get the nut tightened back down good with a wrench. This should take care of it.

If you find that the tip of your tube end is damaged, then you may have to cut off the tip of the tube to get it to seal and hold. If you find that the compression ring is damaged (won't slide over the tubing) or missing, then you can go to Lowe's or Home Depot and get a new nut and compression ring...they are cheap. You can also get new tubing there if you need it.

Frigidaire... | Answered 14 hours ago | 1,338 views


Do you have complete model # of fridge?

Sanyo... | Answered 18 hours ago | 21 views


No there isn't. Sometimes there is an overload switch, but it resets itself until it fails.

Magic Chef... | Answered 19 hours ago | 14 views


May be the relay on the compressor. Is it cooling properly?

Amana ABB1927DE... | Answered 20 hours ago | 529 views


WE HAVE NO CLUE NOR DO WE CARE CHECK WITH THE MAKER OR LOCAL RETAILER .

Refrigerators | Answered 20 hours ago | 19 views


Hi there, I am not sure what your asking. There are NO user serviceable parts inside the unit- and it sound like your temperature sensor failed or another part related to the sensor or thermostat- also the temperature controller could be damaged- is it out of control in the freezer and fridge? There is not much you can do beside call for help if you have already reset it. good luck

Frigidaire... | Answered Yesterday | 16 views


Check and or clean the diverter flap in the back of the refrigerator make sure all vents inside are clear
and not blocked ,If this does not fix the problem
It could be the servo motor for the diverter

Bosch... | Answered Yesterday | 20 views


each maker has their own technique. Google

make model change water filter

Then look at the video tab.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday | 19 views

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