How do I turn the cooling back on my Whirlpool refrigerator?

How do I turn the cooling back on my Whirlpool refrigerator?

Cooling On/Off Display To turn off the cooling feature in the refrigerator and freezer, press and hold “Lock” and “Filter” simultaneously for three seconds. “Cooling Off” will appear on the control display. Press and hold the same buttons for three seconds to turn the cooling feature back on.

How long does a new fridge take to cool down?

2 hours

Where is the temperature control on a Whirlpool refrigerator?

Temperature settings front control panel. The control panel for all controls for the refrigerator/freezer are at the top of your in door water/ice maker. Look for the function bar at the bottom of the panel.

How do I make my Whirlpool freezer colder?

To make the Freezer colder, adjust the control to the next higher setting. To make the Freezer less cold, adjust the control to the next lower setting. Allow the Freezer to cool six to eight hours before filling with frozen food.

Is 1 or 6 colder on a mini fridge?

The numbers on the fridge’s temperature indicate refrigerant power. The higher the number goes the colder the fridge will maintain. Setting it to 5 ( or 6) will make your fridge the coldest.

How do I stop ice build up in my fridge?

Make sure your fridge door is sealed closed and only open it whenever you plan to get something out of it so you don’t increase the humidity levels in the fridge. You can also make sure that bulky food items are away from the cold air source so they don’t block it and form ice.

What temperature should I set my mini fridge?

The refrigerator compartment should remain at 40 degrees Fahrenheit or less and your freezer at zero degrees. If the temperature was above 40 degrees, adjust the temperature control and retest later. Allow the thermometer to be in the fridge for five to eight hours for an adequate reading.

Why does the back of my fridge ice up?

A common cause for ice buildup is a faulty door seal. If a refrigerator has a bad door seal, the outside air will pass into the fridge and cause the ice build up problem you are experiencing. Another solution may be to clean the vents on the back or below the fridge as they can be clogged with dust and debris.