The chilly control, or temperature control, maintains the temperature inside your refrigerator’s new food compartment. A detector connects to the control and attaches to or wraps around the air consumption. As the air moves over the sensor, it sends a signal to the control. If the air is too warm, the control begins the compressor and keeps the compressor running till the new food compartment returns into your set temperature. If the compressor runs continuously or does not operate at all, your temperature control might be defective and needs replacing.
Disconnect the power to your refrigerator. Clean off any things from the top shelf.
Look inside the refrigerator and inspect the cold control, also referred to as the temperature control, home. The toughest portion of this repair is obtaining the control.
Pull the control dial from the temperature control. If your refrigerator has a temperature control to your freezer next to the refrigerator temperature control, pull on the dial from the freezer control too.
Remove the screws from the temperature control casing. The number of screws holding the casing in the refrigerator is dependent upon the make and model. If the housing does not release from the cover of the refrigerator as soon as you eliminate any visible screws, then you might want to unsnap a face plate from the front of the casing.
Insert a putty knife into the seam across the top of the face plate. Carefully pry the top of the face plate from the refrigerator to release it from the clips.
Pull the face plate off the casing to reveal any screws supporting it. Remove the screws and the casing should release from the cover of the refrigerator.
Have an image of the wires connected to the temperature control. Use needle-nose pliers to grab the straps at the ends of the wires and pull them from the terminals to the control. This should free your control from the casing, though you might want to remove two screws from the front of the temperature control to release it from a bracket inside the home.
Look for the detector wire linked to the original temperature control. This wire senses the temperature inside the refrigerator. It might be coiled inside the casing or travel across the face of the refrigerator compartment to the back wall. If your detector cable coils across the casing, note its location before uncoiling it. If the wire travels into the back of the compartment, then remove the screws from the sensor wire cover the wall of the refrigerator and the air consumption to expose and release the detector from the wall.
Straighten the detector wire on the original temperature control. A rubber tubing protects the wire. Carefully slide the tubing from the detector. Slide the tubing on the new sensor wire.
Install the new temperature control into the home. Consult with your picture to link the wires into the new control.
Coil the detector wire around the casing or put it below the cover across the wall and around the air consumption. Replace the detector and air consumption cover if required.
Reconnect the casing to the peak of the refrigerator. Replace the face plate if applicable. Install the temperature control dials into the front of the housing.
Replace the things on the top shelf of your refrigerator. Reconnect the power to the refrigerator.