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Freezer defrost all. RS2556

I noticed water dripping from the water and ice dispencer. I used the ice dispenser to get ice and it came out mostly melted. The freezer was meting everything inside. The fridge was ok, 40F. The panel had the freezer temperature blinking at 2F, but if I pressed the temperature button for the freezer nothing happened. Finally I unplugged it, and plugged it again after 10 minutes. The freezer temperature stop blinking and it was now 74F. The freezer started working again. How could that happen? It looks like the freezer went in defrost mode and stayed there. One doubt I had was the I got some ice and the little ice door got stuck. Would that trigger that defrost reaction? When I plugget it again I heard a strong noise, the same I hear a couple of seconds after having gotten ice. What else may have done it? Thanks

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  • Anna Zac Sep 02, 2007

    Thank you, that could be it.
    I was surprised tought that all happened in less than 3 hours. I opened the freezer 3 hours before and everything looked right.

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The most likely is that the door was not closed properly, this is very common on this model, what happens is that the door closes against the freezer contens and therefore appears closed, this allows warm air into the unit which starts to melt the ice, if this should happen again it is a good idea to completely defrost overnight with the doors open and then re start the next morning as ice often builds up behind the rear panel. Regards Advisor

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