Question about Haier Refrigerators
Not sure what all could be wrong but sounds like your freon gas is low. That is a good place to start.
Posted on Mar 13, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
just bought one that a repair man had already been through with similar issues. i wanted it as a fridge so this was no problem. took me about 5 minutes to figure out the reason it wasn't freezing though...the switch at the top that turns the light on when you open it also turns on the fan when you close the door. the door however sits just a tad too low to fully engage the switch. put a piece of tape over the switch and let it cool for 24 hours. chances are this will solve your problem!
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
I had the same problem, and it turned out to be a cooked fan motor.
I couldn't find a reasonable (less than $150) replacement motor from Haier places, but I just took the motor out and took it to an appliance repair center (in North Denver)
They said it was a standard part, charged me around $22 for a new one and I was all set.
For my replacement motor, it was a reversible design, and was initially set to go the wrong way, so I had to reverse it.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
SOURCE: FRIDGE/FREEZER ON THE BLITZ?
Try removing everything out of your fridge, switch it off and open all doors for 12 hrs. Then close doors and switch it on for another 24 hrs before putting in you stuff. most likely the evaporator is iced up, you need to defrost if fully.
Posted on May 04, 2009
You should be able hear, and feel the air from, a running fan inside the cabinet, in either side. The common arrangement is having the coils located (behind the wall) in the freezer section and then the fan moves a controlled amount of the frigid air to the refrigerator section via openings located in the rear of the compartment. The vents are normally adjustable so the temperature can be balanced between the two compartments. If there is no noticeable air coming from this vent, then the fan has died.
Posted on May 25, 2009
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