Two weeks ago I filled my freezer up with meat and since then it appears to be working overtime with the fan and motor constantly going day and night.
I have found that the temp is 0 degrees and some food I added on Saturday (chicken necks) are still not properly frozen.
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it may be froze up, and require a defrosting. use a portable fan to speed up this process , also make sure the fan in the freezer compartment is working, with a little work and a zoom spout oiler, or some light motor oil, the motor can be sparked back to life.. freeze ups are common with the high humidity we are having these days.. jay the pool pump motor repair guy longwood Florida
hi... is the evap fan motor running in the freezer ? if it is then check the the evap coils if it is completely frosted then u need to check the defrost timer .if that is good then check the defrost limiter that is on the evap coils and if that is good then u got a bad defrost heater.
now if there is frost only on the bottom or top of evap coils u may have sealed sys problem
if u got an ? feel free to write me..
Is your circulating fan working?
Sometimes they stick and need a shot of WD 40 and then work
it back and forth a little until it wants to take off again. Keep me informed
and PLEASE give a Thumbs Up for the effort. The Raz Shack
my maytag freezer not wotking correctly, the top shelf not cold, I bought a meat and tryed to put it on the top shelf, unfortunately, my meat went to the garbage and just the botttom shelf takes time to freeze, better than the top shelf
any help ?
Since this is a new freezer it should be serviced by the people who sold it to you in order to avoid any warranty conflict. The fan blades of these units are of a slip fit onto the motor shaft. It is possible that the fan blade has come off the motor shaft.
these frigidaire made freezers are notorious for having restrictions in the sealed systems that will cause exactly what your describing.
what happens is oil moves around in the freon system and pools up in the capillary tubes and the freon is not able to flow properly. if the unit is under 5 yrs old then should be inwarranty to sears. if its over 5 then probably cheaper to purchase a new one..