Model #10676249400 KENMORE Top-Mount Refrigerator

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replaced defrost thermostat after fridge keep get ice inside freezer, now it has not stopped running it is now cold and items are frozen.

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Jackie S -
September 30, 2011
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It is probably normal for the refrigerator to run a long time if you had the freezer door open for a long time.

I suspect by now the refrigerator is working ok. The defrost thermostat would not have anything to do with the compressor running. If you just let the refrigerator do its thing, I think it will be ok.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 03, 2011
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I have left the door closed for over 8 hours and it is still running, anything I can check to see if this is ok. I replaced the defros tthermostat because I was getting frost and ice build up in the freezer and it would not cool at all. So is is cold just running a ton. please help

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Jessie -
October 03, 2011
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I assume you defrosted the evaporator coil when you replaced the defrost thermostat. If you didn't clear all the frost and ice from the evaporator coil, the refrigerator will run a lot and not cool good. Running 8-12 hours continuously from a warm start is normal.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
October 03, 2011
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My refrigerator will not get cold and the compressor clicks on and off is this a bad compressor.

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Andre -
April 12, 2014
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Why is my refrigerator leaking water under it?

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If water is leaking under the unit, it could be the drain pan is cracked or the pan could be overfilling. The easiest way to check this is from the back of the unit. First disconnect power to the unit and then remove the back cover at the bottom. You will be able to see the drain pan and if it's empty, it might have a crack in it. To check this, you can pour some water in it and see if any water leaks out under it.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
September 22, 2009

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