Postagem original de: geoffhoffmann ,
Same thing happened with my Whirpool side by side. Freezer was cold, fridge was not. Found my evaporator fan was not spinning due to ice buildup. Did a quick defrost with a hair dryer which did seemed to work but wasn't drawing enough cold air to the fridge compartment. At this point I thought it was the diffuser between the freezer and fridge. I took it apart and saw it was fine. At that point I was desperate and tried to think simple; let the fridge defrost naturally for 24 hours. I did that, started back up, and after a day of running the fridge side is nice and cold. Didn't need a relay that I bought, didn't need a thermistor. To add to this, I did clean the coils before (thinking it was bad heat xfer) with a $5 Lowe's coil brush front and back side (have to take off cardboard cover off rear).