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My fridge is.... too cold

Discussion in 'Appliances' started by leakydave, 14 Sep 2008.

  1. leakydave

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    I have a NEFF integrated fridge, sorry, don't know the model number (no freezer compartment) that is too cold. Obviously it is turned to the warmest setting on the main dial, but still manages to freeze my salad. Any suggestions, other than leaving the door open a bit or drilling a hole :?:
     
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    when was the last time you defrosted it !!!

    does it have an ice compartment!!!

    and is the dranage channel clear!!
     
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    The drainage channel is clear and it does not have a freezer compartment...
     
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    If the compressor is running continually it sounds like you need a new thermostat.
     
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    Thanks for the info. Are they easy to replace? I am a heating engineer but know nowt about fridges!!
     
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    Yes they usualy are, Switch off at mains.
    You will need the model number, so you can get a t/stat.
     
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