To troubleshoot an Electrolux Frigidaire refrigerator, first identify the specific problem affecting the appliance. Common problems with Frigidaire refrigerators include fluctuating temperatures, unusual noises and incomplete defrosting. Other problems include faulty ice makers and ice dispensers and water leakage.
If the refrigerator fails to turn on, check that the appliance is plugged in correctly and the fuse is working properly. A tripped circuit breaker or a power outage may also cause this problem. If the refrigerator light is not working, check the door switch to ensure it is not damaged. Replacing the door switch as well as the light bulb can help solve the problem.
If the refrigerator is not cold enough, the condenser coils maybe dirty, and vacuuming them may clear the problem. Faulty evaporator and condenser fan motors could also cause this problem. If the refrigerator freezes food, the thermistor may have malfunctioned and needs repair or replacement. If this does not resolve the problem, the main control board might be defective, which requires professional repair.
Frigidaire refrigerators may produce unusual noises when the fan blade is not turning properly or is defective. Check to ensure that the fan blade is not being obstructed by anything. If the ice maker is not working, ensure that the freezer temperature is not too high.