Model #3639537854 KENMORE Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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what should the tempeture be in the freezer of a Kenmore side by side #203c2181p003

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Temperature fluctuations that thaw frozen food would be a concern. I was not able to locate a manual for this model refrigerator but I did locate a similar question with information that may help while you wait for the expert. If you decide you would like to have a technician help to diagnose and make repairs, the Sears Home Services link below can help.

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Barbara H. -
July 06, 2012
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Thank you for your question on the SXS refrigerator freezer not cooling properly.

The temperature in the freezer should be 0 zero degrees and less that 40 degrees in the refrigerator.

The number you have given me is a serial number I believe and I will need the model number of the refrigerator.

One of the places to find the model number is behind the toe plate at the bottom front of the unit.

Remove the toe plate and the model and serial number should be located there.

If this is an older refrigerator the model my look likes this.

363.9537854 Or a similar formatting of the model number.

Please reply with the model number.

Please first unplug the refrigerator to service that area.

In the mean time please check the back inside wall of the freezer to see if there is a lot of frost builds on the white back panel. If there is then you are having a defrost problem with the refrigerator.

You will need to remove the product in the freezer and move it to a location that will hold the food for an hour or so without spoiling and then remove the shelf�s and then remove the screws that holds the back panel and you can use a blow dryer to melt all the frost off the evaporator coils.

If you have frost build up it you have a defrost circuit problem. I could be one of three things in that defrost circuit causing the problem. There are some glass tube heaters that could be broken. There is also a defrost timer that could be the problem with not turning the defrost circuit on and will need to be replaced. And finally there is a defrost termination thermostat that may not be turning the heaters on and if you follow one of the heater leads it will end up at the round defrost thermostat above the coils.

Please let me know what the model number is and we can continue the troubleshooting with that information.

Sam A.

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Sam A -
Sears Technician
July 10, 2012
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