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I think anyone would be hard pressed to argue the idea that your refrigerator is the hardest working appliance in your home. After all, it’s working non-stop to keep your food and drinks fresh and cool for you, right? The thing is, when things go wrong, you’re going to have a serious issue to deal with, namely food spoilage.
There are any number of problems that can occur with a refrigerator to cause it to start giving you problems. The good news though is that not all of them will require an expensive service call to get them remedied. All it takes is a few simple observations and possible changes to your daily habits, along with a few minor tweaks to be able to handle a few common refrigerator issues.
One of the more common problems we hear about is that the refrigerator is cycling too much. In other words, it keeps kicking on over and over again, way more than it should. If this sounds like what you’re dealing with, here are some suggestions.
First, you should check to see if perhaps the condenser coils are covered in dust if it seems that your fridge is working a lot harder than it used to. If you you have pets in the house, then their hair is also likely to be gathering up on the coils. All that hair and dust on the coils makes it harder for them to cool off (like a big winter coat! ), and that in turn will make your fridge work harder than it needs to.
You can use the hose extension on your vacuum to gently remove hair and dust. To help keep your coils clean in the future you can try this trick – cover the vent panel with something like old pantyhose material. It keeps the debris and dust off the coils but still allows air to circulate and cool things down as they should.
If the coils are clean and the fridge feels overheated, it’s time to bring in an appliance repair pro, of course.
Another frequent issue we hear about when we make house calls is regarding the freezer door always opening whenever the refrigerator door gets closed. While not usually the reason for the service call, it’s something that we get asked about because it baffles so many people.
Suffering from this seemingly strange refrigerator problem is something that is both frustrating as well as surprisingly common. While it surprises some people, the explanation is actually quite simple.
Since your whole refrigerator/freezer is designed to be air tight, when the bigger fridge door gets slammed shut, it pushes a lot of air through the vent system. The vent goes to the freezer, and the air pressure pushes on the freezer door and simply pops it open. It’s less likely because the freezer door is lighter than the fridge compartment door, even though the same thing can happen in reverse.
Check that the gaskets on both doors are fully sealing, before you call a technician for refrigeration repair. Also, rather than slamming the doors shut, you can make sure that the front of your fridge is slightly higher than the rear so that gravity will help swing the doors closed for you. You can also place some heavy items in the freezer door to help keep it closed.
Finally, we’ve all seen this, but some of us have to deal with it on a regular basis in our own refrigerators – massive build-up of ice or frost covering the interior of our freezer and shrinking the usable space.
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