Saturday, November 5, 2011

When to replace refrigerator door seal?

Before replacing door seal, you have to inspect the door seal.Refrigerator door seal lasts very long, they hardly gets completely worn out.
But if the small area of seal is also over stretched or worn out, then you will notice low or no cooling problem.The seal should be tight intact, then only you will get exact cooling.

To inspect whether you need new refrigerator door seal or not, follow this simple procedure.
Well one simple, and foolproof method, is to use a large Torch, turn the Torch on, and place in middle shelf, of the fridge, facing OUT, now, Close the Door, (It may be best to do this at night actually), Now, have a look for any light escaping, around the door, anywhere you see the light, is an area where the cold, gets out. Sometimes you can see if manipulating the Fridge Door Seal & Magnet, at those Areas, and sometimes you can get small areas to close up, but if you have any big areas, or many, many, small areas, then it is time to Replace that Door seal For sure. There should actually be NO Light at all. The door seal should seal 100%, if not, then as related, the Door Seal, must/should be replaced.

This procedure will help you to confirm if the problem is with seal or any other part.

For more fridge problems go through this list:---

Refrigerator is not cooling properly?

http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/06/refrigerator-is-not-cooling-properly.html

Both refrigerator and freezer not cooling properly in refrigerator?




The ice maker not working: ---
Its the problem of water inlet valve. It’s a dual valve.This valve has two tubes in it. One for water dispenser and one for ice maker chamber. The one side of valve is working, but other side of the valve is not working. The valve is got stuck in one position
Click this link below to troubleshoot the problem: ----

Compressor not running on refrigerator?

http://technoanswers.blogspot.com/2011/10/compressor-not-running-on-refrigerator.html

Water dispenser not working on refrigerator?





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