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Self defrosting feature is not working. Check defrost thermostat, defrost heater, defrost timer for proper operation.
Until repair is made, defrost the unit and turn back on until it freezes up again. Check the ice block at rear of freezer. If the ice is confined to the area around the refrigeration line coming into the freezer it is low refrigerant level. If the block completely covers the evaporator it is a non working defrost mechanism.
the ice is caused from the frozen drain in the back. the cold coil is also frosen / this stopes the air to the fresh food .. so defrost the freezer and ck the heater and defrost termator . . you may also need the main control that has the defrost timer on it . located on the back of frig.. hope this helps . mm
this sounds like a defrost problem or a pluged drain line or both . in the back of freezer if you can see ice build up its a defrost problem . // i would replace the defrost terminator and deice the cold coil and see what happens . in most cases this will cure the problem mm feed back pls ..
If you have an ice maker, check for a leak in the water line. If no ice maker, there could be a leak in the pan for the defrost water, or the drain hose is out of position. Also, check to see if the water is actually leaking out from the freezer door. That would indicate a clogged drain. The bottom inside the freezer may have water, or ice on it. If so, suspect the clogged drain.
sounds like either a defrost problem or freezer fan motor problem. open freezer door, hold in light switch and listen for sound of fan motor. if fan is ok. check for frost build up on back wall of freezer. post what you find out.
If the floor of the freezer is full of ice, your defrost water drain tube is clogged. Remove the ice in the freezer bottom, find the top of the drain tube inside the freezer near the top of the ramped up area, about the size of your index finger and blast hot water through it with a turkey baster. About 4 cups of good hot water but not boiling
Remove the plastic venting box which feeds cold air over the top of the freezer drawers,There are 4 hexagon headed self tapping screws,two at top.and two bottom.Now defrost all ice off rear of freezer and back of vent box.Now replace and door will shut with draws in.Make sure no ice left round fan housing.