What are the most common issues with a refrigerator and how do we resolve it

Refrigerators usually have a longer life and there are several common issues that can arise with a refrigerator:

The refrigerator is always cycling or running

A unit that cycles, or runs, too frequently is one of the most prevalent refrigerator faults. Your refrigerator must operate in order to keep food chilled, and a refrigerator that always runs can be quite noisy. Worse, because the refrigerator is one of the most energy-intensive equipment's in any home, it will dramatically raise your energy cost. The most typical reason for a refrigerator running excessively is the accumulation of dust or other kitchen debris around the condenser coils. To test this, turn off your refrigerator and access the coils, usually located at the bottom of the appliance.

Not cooling enough

This can be due to a malfunctioning compressor, clogged air vents, a dirty condenser coil, or a malfunctioning thermostat.

Making strange noises

This can be caused by a fan motor that needs lubrication, a fan blade that is hitting something, or a compressor that is starting to fail.

Leaking water

This can be caused by a clogged defrost drain, a malfunctioning defrost system, or a leak in the water supply line.

Too warm

This can be caused by a thermostat that is set too high, a malfunctioning compressor, or a clogged air vent.

Frost buildup

This can be caused by a malfunctioning defrost system, a clogged air vent, or a door that is not closing properly.

Strange odors

This can be caused by old or spoiled food, a dirty refrigerator, or a mold problem.



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