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Evaporator coil iceing

Problem w/ the evaporator coil keeps iceing over. checked defrost heater, ok. could problem be with coil sensor? if so, how to you check sensor out?

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If you can put the frig. in defrost this will tell the sensor to turn on and you will see the heater melting the ice,if you can't put it in defrost and the sensor still has ice on it,simply put it in your hand,as your hand warms up you should feel the sensor pop,this pop tells the heater to turn off,if no pop the sensor is bad,if no ice on the sensor put it in a glass of ice,chill it down and do the same hand test,you can also use an omhs meter to check it,all the sensor does is open and close,let me know what you find-mike

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This would indicate the control board did put the refrigerator through a defrost cycle.

This problem could be caused by a defective relay on the control board, a defective defrost heater, a broken wire to the heater, or a stopped up drain on the defrost pan causing ice to form on the evaporator coil.

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This would indicate the control board did put the refrigerator through a defrost cycle.

This problem could be caused by a defective relay on the control board, a defective defrost heater, a broken wire to the heater, or a stopped up drain on the defrost pan causing ice to form on the evaporator coil.

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You can test the operation of the defrost system by pressing "Ultra Ice" and "colder freezer temp" for 3 seconds.
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The second time you press and hold the buttons the board will test the compressor, fan, and close the damper.

The third time you press and hold the buttons, the board will turn the compressor and fan off and turn the defrost heater on for around 25 minutes. This would let you know if the defrost system is working.


http://knol.google.com/k/fixing-the-er-dh-code-on-kenmore-elite-trio#

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