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Electrolux Frost Free Fridge Freezer - Fridge not cooling and is at 23c

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by eveares, 8 May 2016.

  1. eveares

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    My Electrolux Frost Free Fridge Freezer has gone up the blink again and the fridge is currently 23°C inside.

    The same issue happened last year, and IIRC the part at the top of the freezer what takes air from the freezer compartment and circulates it round the fridge froze up and needed to be replaced.

    Is there anything I can do to get the fridge working again, or does the fridge air control unit/regulator need to be replaced again should it be the same problem. And what can I do to prevent such a malfunction happening in the future. It has been a very hot day where I live.

    The model number of the Fridge Freezer is: ENN2643AOW and is a single built in 50/50 Fridge Freezer.

    Regards: Elliott
     
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    Was the repair done last year not covered by a guarantee? It could be the circulation fan though. I would contact the original repairer in the first instance
     
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    Yes the repair was done as part of the extended guarantee, and the fridge freezer is still protected by it. Just wanted to know why it keeps happening and how to prevent it if possible.
     
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    Regretfully there are no clairvoyants on this site, you would need to ask the repairer that question. Have you checked the Electrolux website to see if they have done a product recall or anything similar because of this problem?
     
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