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Why is my Electrolux freezer outside walls hot


The condensing coils are embedded in the walls of the freezer. The freezer uses the wall as a heat sink. This allows the freezer to dissipate the heat that has been pulled from inside the freezer to the area outside of the freezer.

Jun 15, 2014 | Frigidaire 14.1 cu. ft. Upright Freezer...

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My freezer was delivered in a lying down position how long before i can use?


puts the freezer in correct position and the your freezer life is 10-20 years,depends of freezer quality and freezers engine *can increase the freezer life with BEST QUALITY USING

Jul 28, 2010 | Frigidaire 14 cu. ft. / 396 liter Upright...

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Had a fridge freezer in garage. Just found that


more than likely the defroster inside the freezer has gone bad. This defroster is located in the space between the fridge and freezer and activates to defrost the freezer and stop build up of ice in the freezer.. If it is bad the freezer will not keep the fridge nor freezer cold.
Dave

Jan 08, 2010 | Zanussi 3.46 cu. ft. / 98 liter Upright...

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Ice buildup in freezerator freezer section


If it is not a frost less freezer you'll have to remove perishables to another fridge/freezer; unplug and de-thaw the unit.

Nov 21, 2009 | Gladiator GAFZ21XXMK Bottom Freezer...

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The bottom freezer portion of my gladiator freezerator forms ice


Hi,
The drain for the water to get away when defrosting is frozen shut...
Checkout this tip to help you..

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Nov 09, 2009 | Gladiator Freezerator Top Freezer...

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Horizontal fridge freezer - Freezer over-heating


The door frame has a heater to stop ice forming around frame. This is normal. You don't notice it when freezer is cold. The freezer should start working again.

Nov 01, 2009 | Freezers

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Freezer not working on ariston fridge freezer 2 orange lights on top of fridge keep beeping every two hours causing fridge not to work is there a reset button


freezer not working on ariston... Solve freezer not working on ariston fridge freezer 2 orange lights on top of fridge keep beeping every... (More) freezer not working on ariston fridge freezer 2 orange lights on top of fridge keep beeping every two hours causing fridge not to work is there a reset button

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Top Freezer works fine but there is no ice building up in freezer the bottom fridge not cooling properlyThings are not as cold as they should be


Remove the back panel from the freezer to verify no ice behind the freezer panel. Look inside the air vent on the freezer panel for ice buildup. Make sure the freezer control is set to minimum not coldest freezer.. Make sure the freezer fan motor is working.

May 28, 2009 | Electrolux Refrigerators

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Freezer defrosted and the motor won't start back up.


From what I can gather, you have a self defrosting freezer and the "motor" you speak of is the fan inside the freezer. If this is correct, do this:
Unplug freezer. Unload all food into coolers or other freezer space. Leave freezer door open for a day to allow it to manually defrost. Plug freezer back in after minimum 24 hours and confirm fan running and cooling before loading back up with food.

Mar 28, 2009 | GE 16.7 cu. ft. Upright Freezer FUF17DTR

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