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LG Refrigerator LRCS26822TT Not Freezing


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#1 ancel1961

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Posted Yesterday, 08:51 PM

I have a side by side, LG refrigerator / freezer which is not freezing.

Model number LRCS26822TT

The refrigerator section is working fine, but the freezer section's temp. will not go below 38 degrees regardless of what temp. setting I put it on.

The fan is blowing in the freezer, and I've tried the ''Express Freeze'' option.

No error codes are being displayed.

Any help would be greatly appreciated



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#2 weswayne

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Posted Yesterday, 08:55 PM

Double check that model number



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Posted Yesterday, 10:14 PM

I'm sorry. The correct model number is LRCS26922TT.

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Posted Yesterday, 10:28 PM

LRSC26922TT



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Posted Yesterday, 10:33 PM

Is the compressor and condenser fan behind the fridge running while the evaporator fan in the freezer section is running?



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Posted Yesterday, 10:51 PM

Yes both are running, but the compressor cycles on and off faster than other refrigerators that I've had in the past.

The compressor runs for around 2 minutes before it cycles off



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Posted Yesterday, 10:58 PM

You may need to remove the evaporator cover and see what type of frost pattern is on the evaporator, if any. Post a picture if you can.



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Posted Today, 12:34 AM

Check the thermistor value from the main board. I'm assuming you have the tech sheet. The test point should be listed there.

When the compressor turns off after 2 minutes, I'd there still voltage being sent from the main control?
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