Learn how to troubleshoot cooling problems with your refrigerator, replace your refrigerator water filter, store food correctly and more with these articles and how-to videos from Sears PartsDirect. For troubleshooting guidance and step-by-step instructions for repairing your fridge, check out our refrigerator repair help section.
Find out how to clean and flush household appliances once a boil water advisory is lifted.
A puddle under the crisper drawers usually means ice is clogging the defrost drain tube. Here's how to unclog it.
A compressor problem could keep your fridge from cooling. This video shows how to diagnose compressor problems.
Learn what to check if the inside of your fridge is wayyyy too warm.
Learn how to tell if the water inlet valve in your refrigerator is bad.
See how to replace a refrigerator water filter that releases when you push a button next to the end of the filter.
Learn how to replace the water filter that's inside the refrigerator section of a bottom-freezer single-door refrigerator.
If your refrigerator's ice maker isn't producing as much ice as it should, or water is flowing poorly from the dispenser, these tips can solve the problem.
Follow these steps to install a replacement refrigerator water filter that releases when you turn it 90 degrees.
See where you should look when trying to locate the model tag on a kitchen or laundry appliance.
Learn how to keep your refrigerator working well and energy efficient.
Learn how to keep the stainless-steel appliances in your home clean and shining bright.
Find out about the new refrigerator sounds you might not be aware of.
See how the different components in your refrigerator work together to cool your food.
If the temperature in your refrigerator doesn't match the temperature you set, the problem could be the temperature control board—a service technician can give you a definite diagnosis. If the board is at fault, follow these steps to replace it yourself.
Replace the water valve that feeds water to the ice maker and water dispenser if it no longer controls the flow of water.