Essay On Refrigerator Problems

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A refrigerator is among the few electrical appliances in your house that run around the clock for 365 days a year. It is very rarely switched off otherwise your milk will most likely taste sour in the morning. Therefore it is quite remarkable that they can work for such periods of time without breaking down regularly. However when your fridge does break down, it may be costly to repair. Not only will you be faced with a huge bill by the engineers who repair your fridge, but you may have to replace all that lost food that had to be thrown away. The following are The top 4 common fridge issues: 1. Partial/Complete loss of coldness. For your fridge function properly it should have a temperature of 38-40 degrees Fahrenheit. If you sense that your…show more content…
This can be as a result of overloading of the circuit. Try to unplug some appliance and switch on your fridge again. Older model refrigerators can easily start drawing too much power if a home's temperature increases significantly during a heat wave. Replace Old model Fridge with new ones. 3. Leaking of Fride. Leaking of Fride is a very common refrigerator problem. Water (that is hopefully not flooding your kitchen floor right now) may come from different sources from inside the fridge. In case your refrigerator has an ice or water dispenser, it is highly possible that the lines to the dispenser are broken. Once these lines are broken, you may have to replace them with new ones. When your refrigerator unit has a defrost tray or a drain pan underneath, try to check it for holes and cracks. Trying also to clean your drain tube. It can be on the floor of the refrigerator or at the back, on top of the wall. There may also be water on the ceiling of your fridge. This may come from a clogged drain in the freezer. If water comes from this source, try unclogging your drain or remove the divider of your fridge and freezer and then dry the insulation. 4. Loud noises from your

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