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along as the freezer is workin fine then you can do this:
sorry if i am not accurate but you did not provide a complete model number so i dont have any diagram to follow
if this was my freezer and i would disconnect the wires going to the beeping sound. i thought of that too of course. if you send me a complete mod. # then i will give detail way to do this
Go to sears.com and use the parts link and enter your complete model number. it will take you to the specs. and diagram.
this problem could be one of several so i am going to list the possibilities:
freezer is stuck in defrost mode (the timer will do that so it could be the timer)
thermostat not working
as far as this these two parts control operation
i would start 1st with the t'sat. unplug then get to the t'sat take off the 2 wires and jump out those 2 wires (put the 2 wire together somehow but be careful)
make sure the wires dont touch anything (especially you when you plug in)
if the freezer kicks on replace t'stat
if it doesnt them replace timer
green with yellow are ground wires and usually are from compressor to system chassis from your 3 prong plug use the green wire and just find a point on the chassis to pin to if you can get model number you can find on kenmore website