Hi Dee, see if this helps:
Might be cheaper to replace it! I found if you get it re-gassed, it still might not work.
What exactly is not working properly with the fridge?
When you plug it in does it make any sound/is there electricity getting into the unit?
or does it just not get or stay cold?
First, unplug it and check and clean the coils and the condenser fan. Plug it in again and check to see if the fan is running. If not, the motor may be the problem and will need to be repaired or replaced.
Hi Dee, maybe this article will help you.
AND a youtube video that may be of help.
After the trouble shooting tips above I would try calling the manufacturer. Likely its the main coil that has gone out and could be replaced. I agree though it may be cheaper just to replace it I've seen countless little refrigerators at my local salvage depot that work great for only around $30
Question is very vague. You don't say what the problem is. Does the fan motor run or not. Is it not cooling. Is the compressor running or just humming.
What's wrong with your refrig? Does it run, too cold, too hot? Try unplugging it and see if it re-sets and works properly. Call the mgfr with the make and model numbers and see if their hotline suggests what the problem could be. It may not be fixable on a customer level. You then get to make a decision of how to proceed, have an appliance repair pro come in and charge you big bucks or replace it.
How to Fix a Mini Fridge: Your Troubleshooting Guide
Hi Dee: Go to this site and see if you can find your answer there:
I would contact the manufacturer and let them know what is wrong and see if they can send a new part, etc. I had a friend that recently had the fan go out in hers and they sent a replacement.
Hi! You could have it serviced or replace it. If it's over ten years old, you can probably get a more energy efficient one. Good luck!
Hi Dee, hope this helps you fix your fridge.
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Learn how to diagnose a broken refrigerator on your own in a flash with this easy, ... If the evaporator fan runs during the test, you will need to replace your control board. If it doesn't run during the test, it's likely you have a bad evaporator fan.
If the fridge is old, just replace it. The energy savings alone will help pay for it. I know many years ago I replaced my fridge and my electric bill went down $65 a month.
Always best to contact the manufacturer. You may get lucky and they will find your issue is caused by a defect.
Any repairs would probably be more expensive than buying a replacement. We have appliance recycle places that will take it away for free. They salvage parts.
You could try contacting the manufacturer. Also: check to see if it needs to be defrosted. My bar fridge wasn’t working properly, and it turns out there was a huge amount of ice frozen over the back panel. We defrosted it, and now it works fine. Good luck!