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C.R.Meep 05-01-2018 10:47 AM

FFHS2611LWF Fridgedair.

Trying to diagnose my fridge issue. Freezer started to seem colder than normal and ice cream turns to ice blocks. Noticed the fridge side is warmer than it should be. No air flow from the damper control, did notice a tiny frost/snowflake in it. Haven't been able to open it up yet. Not sure I even have the tool to do so. It makes a tiny whine sound now and then.

It's just now begun beeping about being too warm.

denman 05-04-2018 04:00 AM

Could be a bad evaporator/freezer fan.

Should be ale to get at it fairly easily.

The following manual may be helpful to you.
Side by Side Refrigerator

comcasttechnicalsupport 05-04-2018 05:05 AM

such a nice post

cowolter 05-20-2018 05:16 AM

Hello !
The Whirlpool Refrigerator was manufactured in 2006. The freezer is on top and is able to keep everything frozen. The refrigerator light works, but I am not sure that I can feel any air blowing and it definitely is not cold. Over the past week or so it has been getting progressively less cold. Also, water is collecting in the bottom underneath the drawers.

I unplugged it and let it sit for a few minutes before plugging it back in. I checked the back and there is sufficient air flow.

Any ideas what can be causing the problem?

What can I check?


peterwapel 08-09-2018 10:02 AM

Kenmore Coldspot Model 10659562990.
Freezer fine; Refrigerator warm.
Checked coils, icing, damper, etc., all good.
Problem is that the defrost heaters on the doors are always ON.
Already replaced Defrost Timer. Door heaters are still always on.
I am stuck.
Any thoughts, please?

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