30-01-2019 11:18 PM in
The fridge half of my American style fridge freezer is reading 16 degrees Celsius. I don’t know why it’s so warm. Can anyone suggest what might be wrong or a possible solution?
31-01-2019 10:56 AM in
thanks for your reply. The link gives advice on how to adjust the temperature but does not mention resetting as you have.
How do you reset the temperature?
31-01-2019 01:00 PM in
31-01-2019 01:46 PM in
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27-07-2019 07:12 AM in
I have a RF23HTEDBSR Twin Cooling Plus™ Fridge Freezer and have had nothing bout problems since new
I have had this fault and a repair person said I needed a new compressor. I could hear a compressor working ( or trying to) so I looked at the web for my own solution
I transfeered everything ftom the fridge to a NEFF fridge that has has 20 year service and never let me down
I took the internal face panel off (see WARNING below) The panel has the Twin Cooling writing on
Behind everythig was packed with ice
I used a hair dryer and aboiut 2 hours alter could hackoff most of the visible ice
Then I looked at the rear face of the removed panel There is a fan there. This was still packed with ice. Another hour or so defrosting
WARNING as you try to remove the panel the ice is so thick it encomasses the wiring -SO BE GENTLE
After restarting the temperatures were all out but by using the power freeze ( frige nd freezer panels held for 3 s or so)
The thig has recovered
I am afraid to say that htis is a very poorly engineered piece of kit and I imagine I'll have to do this again at intervals
I've Samsung TVs and phones and will take the cost for the quality
I should be paid for having this piece of *****- never again
07-07-2020 09:17 PM in
I have a RSH1NBRS fridge Freezer with Twin Cooling, and have the same problem that you described with yours. Ice behind the lower drawers and a high temp.
Having cleaned out the vents and the cooling coils underneath to no avail I have suspected that I may need to pull off that panel inside the fridge.
Thanks for the solution.