Model #MSD2572VES00 MAYTAG Side-by-Side Refrigerator

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Why is my fridge running warm? MSD2572VES00 Maytag Refrigerator MSD2572VES00

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Thank you for choosing SearsPartsDirect.com.  I want to thank you for being a valued member and will be happy to help with your refrigerator. I looked further into the unit and I show the damper is mechanical. There is a rod and a slide switch that control it. Try adjusting it with your hand over the damper. See if you feel more cold air coming in. If not it could have come loose or a part in that section is damaged. All the air comes in from the freezer and is controlled by the air control slide. The freezer is controlled by the thermostat and pushes the cold air through the damper. Adjust the thermostat to 4 to see if the freezer gets colder and pushes more air to the fridge. I would only worry about the defrost setup if the freezer is getting frost build up or the freezer is getting warm. Last put your hand on the center piece in between the doors and see if it is hot or warm. If it is hot then that could be making the fridge warmer. If it is hot then the fan that blows air to the evaporator could have burned out.

 

Click here for control diagram. Number 10 is slide control. Numebr 14 is pivot arm.

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Jeff Wallace Jr -
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August 12, 2014
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Last night I left my thermometer in the freezer and this morning I checked it first thing. It registered -4 or -6. I think this is right on where it should be. I will try sliding the fresh food side control and see if I can feel any difference in the air flow near the top left. Where is the air return to the freezer on this model? I will feel the door divider and see if it is warm. I think the evaporator fan under the fridge is working as I can hear it run, but I will double check. Jerome

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C. Jerome -
August 12, 2014
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Last night I left my thermometer in the freezer and this morning I checked it first thing. It registered -4 or -6. I think this is right on where it should be. I will try sliding the fresh food side control and see if I can feel any difference in the air flow near the top left. Where is the air return to the freezer on this model? I will feel the door divider and see if it is warm. I think the evaporator fan under the fridge is working as I can hear it run, but I will double check. Jerome

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C. Jerome -
August 12, 2014
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Okay. I did some testing tonight. The freezer is running at the correct temp. I also,happened to,be standing there when a defrost cycle kicked on. I heard the dripping water and looked to see it dripping into the pan and off the coils at the back bottom of the freezer, this looked to be working. The divider wall between the freezer and fresh food section is not hot. I slid the fresh food thermostat to off and the compressor shut right down. I slid it back all the way to the right coldest setting and the compressor ran for a long time, not sure if it ever stopped. I came back and slid the fresh food thermostat back to the left about one notch to 4 and the compressor kicked right off, but the interior temp was still about 40! Since the compressor turns off when the fresh food is still not cold enough does that mean its a thermometer issue? I could not really tell if more cold,air came through as I slid the the damper to the right. I read elsewhere that this part can become frozen and stuck mad sometimes just emptying the freezer and fridge and turning it off for a few hours to defrost some can free it up. Do you think this is worth a try in my case? Having a party next week and would love to,have this fixed before then. Jerome

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C. Jerome -
August 12, 2014
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Why is my fridge running warm? MSD2572VES00 Maytag Refrigerator

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Thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct.com. I will be happy to assist you with your refrigerator. Upon researching model MSD2572VES00, if the temperature sensor was out the unit would fluctuate or the temp wouldn’t change at all. If the defrost was out the unit would frost if it is always on then it would get hotter than that. I would first clean the coils as that could be the issue. The hair and lint will prevent heat from escaping. If the heat cannot escape it will stay in the unit.

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Jeff Wallace Jr -
Sears Technician
July 31, 2014
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Thank you for choosing Sears Parts Direct.com. I will be happy to assist you with your refrigerator. Upon researching model MSD2572VES00, if the temperature sensor was out the unit would fluctuate or the temp wouldn’t change at all. If the defrost was out the unit would frost if it is always on then it would get hotter than that. I would first clean the coils as that could be the issue. The hair and lint will prevent heat from escaping. If the heat cannot escape it will stay in the unit.

If you have any further questions please re-post question. Thank you for choosing Sears we appreciate your business. Have a great day.

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Jeff Wallace Jr -
Sears Technician
July 31, 2014
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I removed the front grill and found a TON of dog hair, so thick I could pull it off in big clumps. Removed by hand and then vacuumed. I also pulled fridge out, removed cardboard in rear and cleaned some hair from there, replaced both covers. I can still see more hair and lint on the coils but they are not accessible unless you turn the refrigerator over to access from the bottom. It has been two days and the fridge is still running warm, 39-40F as is the freezer. I adjusted the fridge thermostat to a colder setting and it did not get colder. I checked in the freezer and there is not a buildup of frost on the back wall, I did not remove the wall to look at the actual coils. What should I do? My food is in the danger zone! Jerome

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C. Jerome -
August 05, 2014
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Compressor start relay and overload MSD2572VES00 Maytag Refrigerator

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After researching your model MSD2572VES00, the start relay and overload part number is 2304884. I have attached the link to SearsPartsDirect.com to assist you with order placement with ease.

Start Relay and Overload for MSD2572VES00

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Jeremy S -
Sears Technician
November 12, 2013

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