字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hey Ted, I heard you're a good refrigerator repair man so I thought it would be wise to ask you about this problem I've been having with my unit lately. Sure Al, go ahead. I'll try to provide you with the best tips I can, since we're good friends. But don't expect me to do that with the friends you'll send to me afterwards, so they can get free repair tips. I promise last week was the last time. OK then, hit me grandpa! Haha, so the thing is that my refrigerator is freezing food and it really makes me very angry. I wanted to enjoy a hotdog yesterday, but when it thawed, it tasted like crap. Oh, this issue. I can tell you that the most common cause for this is losing refrigerant. Really? When this starts happening, the pressure in the system will drop, which will result in the food in your fridge to start freezing. It's a bit complicated and in a few days, your fridge will start warming up. This seems that a time sensitive issue for which I don't have the time or mood. Ah, I hate these problems. Who doesn't? Anyway, you may also be dealing with a frozen thermistor which is basically a sensor that’s responsible with monitoring the air temperature. Could this be it? If it's defective, your refrigerator may cool continuously or may not cool at all. Hm, I understand. Anything else I should know? Lastly, it could be your control board is defective. Most of the times, these boards are misdiagnosed so be sure you'll have all of your other components checked to be sure this is the cause of your problem. You really know your stuff Ted, I appreciate your help a lot. Don't mention it man, take care!