- Is there a way to reset refrigerator?
- Why is my refrigerator running but not cooling?
- What would cause a refrigerator to stop getting cold?
1:132:36Refrigerator Troubleshooting, Hard Reset, and Liquid TemperatureYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipIf the cause of your issue is still a mystery you’ll want to try what is called a hard reset unplugMoreIf the cause of your issue is still a mystery you’ll want to try what is called a hard reset unplug your unit from the wall for 30 to 45. Minutes then plug the unit back in this will reset the unit.
The most common reason why a refrigerator is not cooling is a problem with the evaporator coils. Over time, evaporator coils can become covered with ice, which prevents the coils from working properly. If the coils are covered in ice, the ice will need to be defrosted to fix the problem.
Vacuum the coils under or behind the fridge. Clogged coils can cause poor cooling. Check to make sure nothing is stuck in the condenser fan and that it spins freely (models with coils on the back won’t have a fan). Plug in the fridge and make sure the fan runs when the compressor is running.