DIY bottom-freezer refrigerator repair
If the refrigerator section in your bottom-freezer refrigerator isn't cooling or your refrigerator isn't cooling at all, use our expert troubleshooting advice to find the cause of the failure. Once you find the problem, follow the step-by-step procedures in the refrigerator repair guides to replace the broken part and get your refrigerator cooling again.
If your appliance is flashing an error code, use our refrigerator error code charts to find out what the problem is and how to fix it. Find answers to common questions, how to store food for maximum freshness and more on our refrigerator articles and videos page. To find the owner’s manual or a complete list of replacement parts for your bottom-freezer refrigerator, search for your model number.
Follow these step-by-step instructions how to replace the in-door ice maker in Kenmore TRIO and LG French door refrigerators.
Follow these steps to replace the defrost control assembly if your Kenmore or LG French door refrigerator displays an error code and the freezer won’t defrost.
If your refrigerator isn't running, the electronic control board could be the problem. A service technician can do tests to diagnose the cause. If the electronic control board has failed, replace it following the instructions in this repair guide.
The thermistor senses the temperature inside the refrigerator. If the actual temperature and the temperature you set are different, the thermistor could be the problem. You can replace a refrigerator thermistor by following these simple instructions.
See how to align the two doors on a French door bottom-freezer refrigerator so the tops are even. The refrigerator model in this video has adjustable rollers on the bottom, behind the grille.
See how to align the two doors on a French door bottom-freezer refrigerator so the tops are even. The refrigerator in this video has non-adjustable rollers on the bottom, behind the grille.