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Old 07-07-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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Frigidaire fridge not getting cold


Our fridge is about 7 years old and noe the fridge is not getting cold. The freezer works fine. Any troubleshooting i can DIY to try and find out whats going on? Thanks

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Freezer is fine, that means that you most likely have ice clogging the duct between the fridge and freezer. Time to unload it, then grab a Phillips screwdriver to remove the bottom plate out of the freezer, and then you should be able to remove the duct on the back.

That is assuming that it is a upright with freezer on top, since you did not state model of the freezer, or post a picture of the unit.

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Freezer is fine, that means that you most likely have ice clogging the duct between the fridge and freezer. Time to unload it, then grab a Phillips screwdriver to remove the bottom plate out of the freezer, and then you should be able to remove the duct on the back.

That is assuming that it is a upright with freezer on top, since you did not state model of the freezer, or post a picture of the unit.
Side by side and it starting working again. Thanks a lot for the advice!!!!
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I would still take the back apart if it is not passing air through. Some have a defroster, some have a fan in that back chamber that passes air through the damper between freezer and fridge.

Ice is the main culprit that causes this problem.
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I would still take the back apart if it is not passing air through. Some have a defroster, some have a fan in that back chamber that passes air through the damper between freezer and fridge.

Ice is the main culprit that causes this problem.
Sorry Greg for the delay....thanks.
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