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KBSN602ESS00 (KitchenAid Fridge)

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RT_Fixit

I hope some of you experts can shed some light on my misbehaving fridge issue:

This morning I open the fridge door, and all lights are out, no display on temps.   It's as if power was removed.  But I toggled the switch behind the top service panel, and heard the compressor running afterwards, so AC mains power is good.   Then my wife started pressing all the buttons, and eventually got it to turn on .  Temps display = (41/64) for (freezer/fridge) section.  Of course, "Overtemp Alarm" LED is flashing.  What caused my fridge to "shutdown" in the 1st place?  It's pretty new (date code = 3/2017, SN=K71020473).  I suspect it's a quality in manufacture or quality in design issue.  Or maybe this is what happens if the condenser ices up?  I'd like to know the root cause, so I can fix it once and for all.  Months ago, I recall it did a similar thing, where I found it in a state of Overtemp Alarm.  It somehow recovered, and started working normally on it's own, so this seems to be an intermittent issue.

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 I suspect it's a quality in manufacture or quality in design issue.   I hate when customers give me this line .  I ask if God made this unit. 

 

Possibly power supply issue .Part number: WPW10624574

Part number: WPW10624574

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