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Old 07-15-2010, 04:04 PM
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It looks like 38 is where it want to drop to before digging in deeper. Jay, my son is 11 and my wife is French. Milk moves pretty quick around here, so its the other stuff that I worry about. We have been socked in with what we call June Gloom, a thick seasonal marine layer, Tuesday everything changed. We went from 65 at night to 70 for a daily high to 65 at night to 85. I'm glad I found out before having to buy a new compressor. Time to go and vacuum a bit more.

Chris

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Old 07-15-2010, 05:16 PM
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OK Binford time!

Pull the air compressor out of the garage.
Unplug the fridge.
Blow off the condensor coils up front
remove the panel off of the back
Blow off the condensor coils in back
Blow off anything else that looks like it'll help.
Put it all back together and reset the temp dial a bit up from the bottom.

Oh and vacuum and scrub the kitchen to remove all dust.

My bet is I can get to 34 now.. after removing the dust bunnies from the condensors.
At least I'm giving the fridge a fighting chance.

Chris

PS Update a few days later. After the full cleaning and a few days the fridge is down to 37. The morning after the second, deeper, cleaning I was at 40 and noted some frost at the cool air inlet in the fridge. The frost cleared later in the day. I wonder if some of what I'm seeing realted to dropping temps is the frost clearing in unseen parts of the fridge. Time will tell.

PSS after a few more days the fridge was down to 33 plus or minus depending on where in the fridge I measure. I bumped the temp just a bit and things are right where they should be.

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