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Not normally,Make sure you door is sealing properly also check and make sur ethe evaporator fan is running when the freezer is in a cooling mode.you may need to remove the rear panel of the freezer and check for frost build up.if there is frost build up then defrost the evaporator with a blow dryer.
then check the continuity of the heating element and make sure it is in working order.
HIGH-TEMP ALARM SWITCH (SOME MODELS)
An audible alarm will sound if the freezer temperature reaches
unsafe levels. The alarm operates on household electricity.If
the power fails, the alarm will not perform.
An ON/OFF switch allows the high temperature alarm to be
deactivated if desired. NOTE: You must open the freezer door to
view the alarm switch. The freezer is shipped with the switch in
the OFF position.After the freezer has run longenough to
lower the temperature, you may set the switch to the ON
• To activate the alarm, set the switch to the ON position.
• To deactivate the alarm, set the switch to the OFF position
i got this from the freezer manual from Kenmore hope this was helpful
red light flashing means temp. is too high (not freezing) just an indicator to let you know that there is a problem
let me know: the freezer temp. (use a temp. reader)
any unusal ice build up on the back freezer panel?
is the freezer fan running?
parital frozen foods?
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
Most all cooling systems need to be in an ambient temp of about 60-65 degrees. If not, it needs a low ambient control. This helps keep the high side pressure high enough so you have the proper pressure drop accross the expansion device. This applies to coolers, freezers, a/c units, and so on. I also think, if it keeps things frozen like you want, where's the problem? You make have a control just acting stupid.
What is the temp in the freezer, sounds like temp is to low..no water should be coming out of freezer, sounds like may be defrosting
Need to check the temp to make sure its cold enough.. thats what that alarm is for