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I have an freezer which is defrosting every six months or so, i wonder what the reason was or fault is with this freezer

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Most/many times this is a clogged up or restricted defrost drain system, but once in a while the drain system has been cleaned and everything appears to be good but you still get ice in the defrost drip tray and such and the drain freezes over.  Sometimes a solid ground wire
wrap around the defrost heater and the other end stuck in drain hole has helped for me. Avoid letting the wire or whatever to touch the plastic side of the hole.

for more detailed help click this link as its not for your brand and model but the system is same in all brands so you can follow the instructions on your model and brand too http://www.applianceaid.com/adaptive_defrost.html
just click the link

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