Question about Refrigerators
A big iceberg keeps building up on the back wall of the fridge section and I have to bash it off with a chisel every 4-5 weeks! A big layer of ice or a puddle forms in the bottom of the fridge section under the veg drawers. Someone said it was a problem at the back of the entire fridge freezer and was not repairable but didn't look at it..........is this true or can it be fixed please?
Problem could be one of two things.
insulation breakdown will cause an iceball to form.
if the compressor is failing, then frost line does not reach the thermostat poisition and compressor runs all time and an ice ball will also build up
in either case, not worth repair
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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