What to Do When Your Maytag Refrigerator Stops Cooling

Having a refrigerator that doesn’t cool can be a major inconvenience. If you have a Maytag refrigerator and it stops cooling, there are some steps you can take to try and diagnose the issue and get it working again.

Check the Temperature Settings

The first step is to check the temperature settings. Make sure the temperature is set correctly and that the refrigerator isn’t set too low. If the temperature is set too low, it may cause the refrigerator to stop cooling.

Inspect for Obstructions

Next, inspect for any obstructions that may be blocking airflow in or out of the refrigerator. Make sure nothing is blocking the vents or fan blades. Also, check for any ice buildup in the freezer that may be blocking airflow.

Test the Compressor

If all else fails, you may need to test the compressor. Unplug your refrigerator and remove the back panel. Check for any loose wires or connections and make sure they are secure. Then, plug your refrigerator back in and turn it on. If it still doesn’t cool, then you may need to replace the compressor or call a professional for help.

If your Maytag refrigerator stops cooling, don’t panic. Follow these steps to diagnose and fix the issue so you can get your fridge running again in no time.

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