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Unplug it for a couple of minutes, Try again. It may have been hit with a surge. IF that is the case, you are looking at main control board and some money. Contact your homeowners insurance if a surge has damaged it.

Maytag... | Answered 7 hours ago


If your LG freezer is suposed to be "frost free" it may have a blocked defrost water outlet.

LG Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday


Is it possible that the ice making routine has been accidentally turned on and the mechanism is trying to turn out ice cubes?. Mine hums several times a day until I turn of "ice making" on the front panel.
As for the water leaks, they could be due to a blocked outlet for the defrost water to escape to the outside for evaporation. Mine did exactly the same and I could the outlet tube (hidden behind an internal back panel) blocked by small food debris and a large plug of mould.

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday


My best idea...

Try the compressor start CAPACITOR...

which is usually pretty INEXPENSIVE...

ELSE
You are likely looking at a CONTROL BOARD or a REPLACEMENT compressor which is expensive and really expensive (respectively).

Let's hope not

I tried to look up your GR-B206GTQA number but got
no USA (domestic) responses...

Sorry!

Some of our part houses like
appliancepartspros.com have some VERY EXCELLENT
video guides.. and customer FORUMS.


Try searching on your LOCAL internet for so RELEVANT
spares suppliers and possible ADVICE.

Happy hunting and good luck

LG Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday


Indeed... yes!

Your model number did NOT equate to any USA (domestic)

refrigerators EMPTY it out...
POWER REMOVED and With doors wide open
allow it to defrost COMPLETELY (72 hours).
Be prepared for your DEFROST Pan to overflow
(( possibly bath towels + move away from wall )).
Something as simple as an ICE Cube stuck
in your chute tube or door... or a pizza box
hold the door open a TINY bit can cause HUGE
frost problems...
FROST will block AIR FLOW...
Air flow is the HEART-BEAT of every REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER

Use NO HEAT...
You can speed the process with a ROOM FAN
but remember even a MODEST amount of HEAT can destroy the plastic parts inside your Refrig/Freezer.

If the situation recurs..
You definitely have a DEFROST system failure
Three elements: Two of which can be TESTED with a
simple OHM Meter...


The CONTROL BOARD (costly) or DEFROST timer...
(pretty reasonable... especially if you RISK eBay
( I do... a whole lot.. very successfully ).

Good luck... A little care and patience can save $$$$
Your model number

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday


Hello Linda Gordon,

Most competent refrig repair folks will tell
you (honestly) the VERY BEST thing you can
do is find a safe place for your food...
EMPTY it out...
POWER REMOVED and With doors wide open
allow it to defrost COMPLETELY (72 hours).
Be prepared for your DEFROST Pan to overflow
(( possibly bath towels + move away from wall )).
Something as simple as an ICE Cube stuck
in your chute tube or door... or a pizza box
hold the door open a TINY bit can cause HUGE
frost problems...
FROST will block AIR FLOW...
Air flow is the HEART-BEAT of every REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER

Use NO HEAT...
You can speed the process with a ROOM FAN
but remember even a MODEST amount of HEAT can destroy the plastic parts inside your Refrig/Freezer.

If the situation recurs..
You have a DEFROST system failure
( but that is unlikely because your symptoms
would be a WARM refrigerator section... The FREEZER would SEEM adequate ( for a while )).

I hope you give this a TRY before hiring
the a Samsonite (opinion: like ) GORILA ..
abuse you formerly FAITHFUL refrigerator.
your poor refrigerator
Good luck & happy hunting

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday


Look in the crisper drawer and you should see a slide or a vent. You need to close them to keep the cold out. Your fridge should be between 2 and 4'C.

See these tips

https://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-b-d&q=crisper+drawers+is+freezing

Refrigerators | Answered Yesterday

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