Refrigerators - Answered Questions & Fixed Issues


One thing it could be is that the water solenoid not closing completely. Water drips from fill tube into icemaker and freezes, not allowing any water to get through. This is fairly common and with a couple of tools, you might be able to fix it yourself if you're handy. Could be other causes too, this is the one i'm familiar with.

Kenmore... | Answered 3 hours ago | 32 views


use buttons or the dial .we have no clue as to what you have

Refrigerators | Answered 10 hours ago | 26 views


go buy a new one

Amana... | Answered 10 hours ago | 35 views


Maybe a defrost problem. Evaporator coils frozen up.

GE Refrigerators | Answered 17 hours ago | 22 views


"Water line to ice maker shut off". The valve connected to the supply line is leaking, even though shut off.

U-Line... | Answered 20 hours ago | 19 views


It appears that the defrost cycle is stuck in the on position. You can locate the defrost timer on most refrigerators and manually cycle them. It is not uncommon for them to fail. You should have a qualified technician do the repair.

GE Refrigerators | Answered 20 hours ago | 25 views


About $50+shipping.... You can probably find one a bit cheaper on eBay.

Whirlpool... | Answered 20 hours ago | 20 views


Defrost and switch power after 24 hours

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday | 57 views


PIT MAY NEED A DAMPER MOTOR REPLACED . THEY OPEN AND CLOSE AUTOMATICALLY AS NEEDED TO COOL THE REFRIGERATOR

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday | 23 views


DID IT GET LAID DOWN WHEN YOU MOVED IT ? THEY DO NOT LIKE THAT IF YOU DID AND NEED TO STAND UPRIGHT FOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS AFTER SO OIL CAN DRAIN BACK TO THE COMPRESSOR .IF YOU TRIES RUNNING IT VERY LONG AFTER YOU CAN PLAN ON REPLACING IT AS YOU BURNT UP THE COMPRESSOR

LG Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday | 32 views


Contact Whirlpool by phone or simply ask immediately in a live chat, I'll add the information below with a link that leads to their info and chat page! My apologies for a generic answer but sometimes it's best to go straight to the source! Thanks for your your question! Best of Luck! See Below
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Whirlpool... | Answered Yesterday | 54 views


I'd suggest contacting Whirlpool Customer service by phone or go to the link I'll post below to chat live from your phone or computer immediately- I prefer this way personally and would reccomemd it! I apologize for this fairly generic answer but it really is the best thing to do sometimes. They're familiar with their products and their respective issues more so than anyone, so email or call them, I'll add the contact information, best of luck!
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Whirlpool... | Answered Yesterday | 44 views


It's a possibility that the regrigerator's conpressor is low on oil, this could cause the issue you're describing- being "loud" or "noisy". Being Low on Refrigerant can also cause this sometimes.



To directly answer your question, sure you can do something about this yourself as long as you're familiar with refrigeration systems, and have a set of gauges to check the refrigerant level, etc. The oil and refrigerant must be installed precisely and if you add to much(or too little) that'll be a problem.



Usually when a refrigerator gets noisy, especially if it's several years old, just replace it. Check your local Craigslist page as there are always deals to be found on there for nice, used appliances. You can call a local appliance shop, one that sells used ones, to see if they have a used one for you. Also, the Facebook Marketplace is a great source for stuff like this.

If you have a friend or family member, who works in the hvac Trade it couldn't hurt to ask them to come check it out for free or perhaps a minimal amount, you can try it but 99/100 times you'll end up buying a new refrigerator refrigerator.That's another good thing about Craigslist & FB Marketplace- the option to barter or trade is often available.

Another option if you’re not comfortable with a used one is to call the local stores that sell appliances, like Lowes, Home Depot, Best Buy, etc. and ask about a returned or blemished item, usually they include a full warranty identical to a new one at a much cheaper price!



My Refrigerator got loud a while back and I had another one the sane day for $50, it was on Craigslist!

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Whirlpool... | Answered 2 days ago | 27 views

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