Refrigerator is freezing products getting too cold not controlling temperature.
Answer Hello James,
You will want to check the damper assembly on unit to make sure it is not stuck open or warped. You will also want to check the resistance of the thermistor. The thermistor should read 2.7K ohms at room temp. The resistance will go up as the temp goes down.
How do we I replace the diffuser (AP4370851) for GD5NVAXWA00? The diagram on the website is not clear. Do I need to remove the diffuser clips from the freezer side, if so how?
Answer Hello Ketpur. You will remove the cover on the inside of the fresh food. Then remove the air duct assembly at the top inside the freezer. Once you remove it, you can access the clips and release the tabs securing the diffuser W10128726 in place and replace the part.
I found ice covering the thermostat. When I tested it, it tested bad. I replaced it with a GE thermostat. I listened to a friend and replaced the start device. The compressor is too hot to touch. The unit will run normally if it is pulled out from the wall. If you push it 2 inches from the wall, the ice cubes start to melt.
frost only cover 3 rows on the evaporator where the freon coming in.Fans are working ,At the compressor line out is hot and line in is cool.
my question is: I need new unit or just install tap valve in low side and put in some 134 freon in.The unit is 4 years old.Thinking about replace thermistor .It read inf in any temperature Someone help. Thanks
Answer Hello Joseph,
If the unit runs too hot when pushed back to the wall, you need to check the condenser fan motor 2188874. It is this fans job to help dissipate the heat the unit has removed form the unit interior, back into the room. The best test for this is to stop the fan and let go. If it starts turning slowly, or you have to bump it to get it started back up, it should be replaced. Of course, you should refer back to the installation instructions to insure there is enough room around the unit to allow for proper air flow. If you have a cabinet that fits the unit snugly, the entire issue may be a lack of air flow.