Freezer is working fine but refrigerator side not cooling.
You will want to pull the cover of the damper assembly in the refrigerator compartment and make sure that the damper door is open. If the damper door is not opening then the damper is most likely faulty and would need to be replaced. Also check to make sure that the evaporator fan motor is running and that there is no frost building on the rear wall of the freezer compartment. If there is frost building then the issue would be a defrost failure in which you will want to test the defrost heater and thermostat for continuity. If either does not have continuity then that part would need to be replaced. If they both check ok then the defrost control would need to be replaced.
Is there any step by step instructions on how to replace electronic damper?
Answer Hello Mo. Electronically Controled Damper
1. Remove damper cover by removing hex head screw
and lifting off of damper.
2. Remove foam insert by pulling it off of damper control.
3. Depress two clips that hold front of damper in place to
release damper from assembly, lift damper out.
4. Disconnect wires from damper and remove damper 67006249.
5. Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Can'not control temp. Ref. side freezes at 1 while freezer is at 2. What do I check? Where is the thermostat. Also no water or ice and I have it hooked to water source.
Answer Hi Rich. Try changing the cavity thermister kit in each side part # 12002355. The Resistence at room temp. is = 10,000 ohms. At 38 degrees it is 29,500 ohms . At 0-degrees it is approx.80,000 ohms. The auto damper is part # 67006249. The gasket is part # 12582801. Thank you.