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There should be one on you tube. Get under the car and take a look there are some plugs at back for access to screws and the sides click into female slots These broke off of mine when hit in parking lot and due to age I just used 4-5 stainless screws.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 18, 2019


Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 13, 2019

The Igloo 100 series portable icemakers that are sold all over for about $100 have several minor issues. For ADD WATER light, there are 2 main ones. The water SENSOR is located at the top right of the unit. Remove the BACK cover with 6 screws on the bottom. Remove the TOP assy with 4 screws from inside the case. When the TOP is off, facing the unit from front, you see the small silver wire at the back right. Clean it AND the screw visible thru the hole in the plastic at the end of the sensor wire. The screw is the GROUND side of the sensor. This fixes many of the issues. But the SENSOR senses water FLOW, not water LEVEL. If the PUMP is not moving water, the sensor assumes you are OUT of water and turns on the ADD WATER light. The pump apparently burns out easily. Remove the PUMP wire connector from the CONTROL BOARD and check for continuity in the motor. Be sure your multimeter leads actually touch the connectors. The connection end is too small for most meters, so probe from the backside of the connector. If motor is good, check for 12vdc at the board side of the pump connector. Plug in, turn on. Should be 12vdc within 45 seconds. See, the water pump comes on first. When water is moving over the sensor, then the board will turn on the compressor and start freezing.

The other issue with not making ice is the crazy condenser coil is a PULL THROUGH. Air enters the machine through the bottom and exits the side. Should be the other way around, because the condenser coil easily stops up with lint and other debris in the air. This creates a high pressure condition for the compressor that will either shut the unit down or cook the compressor. Clean the entering air side of the coil with a brush and blow compressed air through from the fan side. to clean the inner portions of the coil.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 13, 2019

Depress the alarm button for 3 seconds.
User Preferences:
• Activate or turn off Super Cool (select models) • Change the temperature display from °F to °C
• Enable or disable audible alarms. • Adjust the light level at which the Dispenser Auto Light will illuminate (when this feature is activated on the ice and water dispenser) (select models)
• Activate the Sabbath Mode To access the User

Preferences menu, press and hold the Door Alarm pad for three seconds. When in the User Preferences mode, a short title for the feature will appear in the Freezer temperature display and the feature status will appear in the Fresh Food display.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 08, 2019

What type device is the wine opener? Who makes it? There should be a manual for it.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 08, 2019


Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 07, 2019

maybe it is lack of oil inside its bearing that causes noise and stop by high friction inside.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 05, 2019

okay - we have had this same problem for around 6 weeks - We called a service repairman to come out and he said that these "floaties" are harmless bacteria. We should disconnect the filter and flush the system by using 1 gallon of water a day (wasting it) after the chlorine in the water is allowed to build up again then the "floaties"- bacteria- will go away---- gross :-( We will see if it works---

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

Sounds like the evaporator is icing up, possibly the defrost thermostat. Find where the cold air comes from and follow it back to the cold source, remove the covers. Your problem is that it only got seasonal use. Fridges are freezers need to be left on all the time.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

The replacement thermostat also may be defective (it happens). However, there may actually be a circuitry problem that replacement thermostats can't fix.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 03, 2019


Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 03, 2019

Often indicative of a clogged defrost drain

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 02, 2019

Fully defrost it.
Check the internal fan is working.
The ideal setting is half of its maximum. If the dial goes to 8, set it at 4, then adjust a little colder of a little warmer.

The thermostat may be failing, or has failed and it is running flat out and icing up?
The defrost system has failed - defrost timer or heater.

I had the same issue. It was the defrost timer at the back of the freezer and the evaporator was a solid block of ice.

Refrigerators | Answered on Dec 01, 2019

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