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Freezer stuck on -20 degrees

Sub zero 650. We cleaned the freezer while the unit was still on and noe the freezer is stuck on -20 degrees. We on pluged the unit over night and still the freezer is stuck on -20 degrees.

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Well it depends on how long the door was open for during the cleaning, your evap coil was unable to cool the unit due to the warm air coming in, that will cause the evap coil to over frez . un-plugging the unit may work but the best thing to do is force it into a defrost you can do that by pressing and holding the ice key on the key pad for 10 sec or till you hear the freezer shut down this will thaw the ice on the coil and the unit with come back on within 20 to 30 Min's

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