Kitchen Aid Refrigerator Mullion Discoloration

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Kitchen Aid Refrigerator Mullion Discoloration

Problem: the Kitchen Aid Built In Refrigerator Mullion strip, the divider between the freezer and refrigerator food compartments, may, under certain circumstances, become discolored. the mullion turns a yellowish brown color.

Cause: the condenser fan motor runs intermittently or stops completely. this causes the condenser and heat loop temperature to rise. the increased heat loop temperature may result in a slight discoloration of the mullion strip.

Correction: order and replace the condenser fan motor Part# W10181323 per service Pointer k4317426 and Mullion tape kit Part# follow the instructions supplied in the service kits.


MD Appliance LLC offers professional Kitchen Aid Refrigerator Repair San Diego CA. All of our technicians are state licensed KitchenAid appliance repair experts with many years of work experience. We require our repairman to receive training from the manufacturer so that they are up to speed on the newest models and procedures.We specialize in repairing and servicing all KitchenAid Refrigerator models. Contact us if you need troubleshooting assistance or a service visit.
 

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