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 Posted: Wed Sep 13th, 2006 05:05 pm
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My 16y/o Whirlpool ET22DM has not been getting cold. The compressor is running and getting hot. I do not here a relay cycling. Need direction.

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Start with the warm refrigerator fire dill: http://fixitnow.com/2005/10/what-to-check-when-your-refrigerator.htm

Let us know how you go.



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Ok,

The coils are dirty,the condensor fan is running,  the evaporator fan only runs when the compressor kicks on. How do you effectively clean the coils under the refrig.? Thanks

David

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DBHMEH wrote: How do you effectively clean the coils under the refrig.?  


Is this a trick question?  Vacuum cleaner with the crevice tool attachment?



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No, not a trick question. Just want to do it right.

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That awwta git it.  Might want to turn of the fridge first so you don't breathe in all that gookus.



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That did it. Thanks alot.

David

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