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Hi @asouary ,
 
What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?
 
Is there a door switch visible in the door jambs of both the freezer and fridge compartments?
 
If so one may be intermittently faulty.
 
When a door is opened (either door) the evaporator fan which is located inside''inside the freezer compartmentcompartment'' behind a panel(mostlypanel (mostly unless your model has two evaporator unitsunits therefore two evap fans) will stop to prevent cold air being blown out of the compartments. It will start again when the doors are shut.
When a door is opened (either door) the evaporator fan which is located inside''inside the freezer compartmentcompartment'' behind a panel(mostlypanel (mostly unless your model has two evaporator unitsunits therefore two evap fans) will stop to prevent cold air being blown out of the compartments. It will start again when the doors are shut.
 
The fan will be running as long as the compressor is running.
 
Try manually operating and releasing the switch (one at a time) to see if the fan turns on and off when the door is open, simulating closing and opening the door(s)
 
Do not confuse this fan with the condenser fan which is outside the compartments near the compressor units and can be running regardless of the doors being open or shut as it is there to cool the condenser coils
Do not confuse this fan with the condenser fan which is outside the compartments near the compressor units and can be running regardless of the doors being open or shut as it is there to cool the condenser coils

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

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Hi @asouary ,
 
What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?
 
Is there a door switch visible in the door jambs of both the freezer and fridge compartments?
 
If so one may be intermittently faulty.
 
When a door is opened (either door) the evaporator fan which is located inside the freezer compartment behind a panel(mostly unless your model has two evaporator units) will stop to prevent cold air being blown out of the compartments. It will start again when the doors are shut.
 
The fan will be running as long as the compressor is running.
 
Try manually operating and releasing the switch (one at a time) to see if the fan turns on and off when the door is open, simulating closing and opening the door(s)
 
Do not confuse this fan with the condenser fan which is outside the compartments near the compressor units and can be running regardless of the doors being open or shut as it is there to cool the condenser coils
Do not confuse this fan with the condenser fan which is outside the compartments near the compressor units and can be running regardless of the doors being open or shut as it is there to cool the condenser coils

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Modifica di: jayeff ,

Testo:

Hi @asouary ,
 
What is the make and model number of the refrigerator?
 
Is there a door switch visible in the door jambs of both the freezer and fridge compartments?
 
If so one may be intermittently faulty.
 
When a door is opened (either door) the evaporator fan which is located inside the freezer compartment behind a panel(mostly unless your model has two evaporator units) will stop to prevent cold air being blown out of the compartments. It will start again when the doors are shut.
 
The fan will be running as long as the compressor is running.
 
Try manually operating and releasing the switch (one at a time) to see if the fan turns on and off when the door is open, simulating closing and opening the door(s)
 
Do not confuse this fan with the condenser fan which is outside the compartments near the compressor units.units and can be running regardless of the doors being open or shut
Do not confuse this fan with the condenser fan which is outside the compartments near the compressor units.units and can be running regardless of the doors being open or shut

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Post originale di: jayeff ,

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Hi @asouary ,

What is the make and model  number of the refrigerator?

Is there a door switch visible in the door jambs of both the freezer and fridge compartments?

If so one may be intermittently faulty.

When a door is opened (either door) the evaporator fan which is located inside the freezer compartment behind a panel(mostly unless your model has two evaporator units) will stop to prevent cold air being blown out of the compartments. It will start again when the doors are shut.

The fan will be running as long as the compressor is running.

Try manually operating and releasing the switch (one at a time) to see if the fan turns on and off when the door is open, simulating closing and opening the door(s)

Do not confuse this fan with the condenser fan which is outside the compartments near the compressor units.

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