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Member Since 14 Dec 2006
Offline Last Active Jun 06 2013 12:42 PM

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Kennmore Trio - Freezer OK, Fridge warm

13 May 2013 - 02:11 PM

I've been doing some diagnosis of my partially working Kennmore Trio (596-73502201) bottom freezer refrigerator.  I believe that I have a dead evaporator fan (since I can't hear or feel any air being blown).  I need to dissassemble the freezer to make sure but can't do that until tomorrow morning.  I'm wonding if I can build a kluge to keep things runing until tomorrow until I can find parts.  I'm thinking of using a couple of PC case fans and move air though the air returns. 


Question:  in what direction does the air flow in the refrigerator?  Does it flow into the refrigerator from the damper to the air return vents the bottom rear of the frige (or the other direction)? 


Or am I crazy and should live with the dead frig until the parts arrive?





Looking for a furnace filter size Comfort Maker GUD060A14AIM

02 March 2012 - 12:24 PM

I have a Comfort Maker GUD060A14AIM forced air furnace/air conditioner. I've always put 18x25x1 filters into the furnace because that what was there when we moved in, but because it never quite fit the holder (it's a little long and a bear to fit in) I've always wondered if the filter should be a 18x24 instead. Anyone familiar with this model and can tell me if which size is the correct one?

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