Question about KitchenAid Refrigerators
Kitchenaid has a dimensions guide for the KSC25FKSS refrigerators on their support site: https://www.kitchenaid.com/service-and-support/manuals.html . The depth depends on the handle style; these models are 35 1/2" W X 27" or 27 1/2" D X 71 7/8" H. The link to the document is https://www.kitchenaid.com/content/dam/global/documents/200312/dimension-guide-2221514-D-KA.pdf .
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Posted on Nov 29, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You have done a good job of attempting to diagnose by process of elimination, but this is a more complex system. I have provided some links below to assist you in diagnosing your problem. Links courtesy of www.repairclinic.com.
1. Ascertain that the evaporator fan is operational. This may be controlled by the Door Switch, (No.4) and could cause the fan to be inoperable.
2. Ascertain that the Fresh Food compartment light goes off when door is closed.
3. The air diffuser may be faulty by not controlling the air flow from the freezer properly
Tip: Always maintain dual temperature control settings at equal or +/- 1 setting position.
How refrigerators work:
You will need to verify operation of the following components listed below:
1. Evaporator fan motor
2. Air diffuser assembly
3. Light switch for refrigerator/freezer light
4. Door switch
Click on the links to identify the parts listed
Parts breakdown diagram:
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
At the bottom of refrig , on the toe plate , press the button on the left kinda hard , and the filter should pop out .
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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under the freezer door there is a nob like thing. turn it and pull on it. instead of replacing it, rinse it out under runing tap water and put it back were you removed it from and push the fridge light botton 5X in a row
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
Just did this on mine today. Use an allen wrench to back off both the upper and lower set screws (Note: you do not need to back them all the way out). The handle will then easily pull away from the door. With a 1/4" socket, tighten the screws holding the upper and lower lugs on the door. Place the handle back on and tighten the upper and lower set screws.
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
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