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Defrost ice is forming inside my kegerator. Is there an auto defrost function?

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Large Ice Build up on top inside back of fridge unit.


Could be the auto-defrost has stopped working. Most modern frost-free fridges have a heating element behind the liner where the cooling element is and the ice forms. Between the thermostat controlled periods of cooling the heating element should switch on for a short time to melt any ice that has formed and the resulting water forms into droplets that roll down the fridge liner until it is channelled into a drain leading to a tray mounted on the electric motor. The warmth from the motor evaporates the water and completes the maintenance-free frost-free system.

Possibilities are faulty wiring/connections, defrost timer, defrost element.

The defrost timer could be integral with the thermostat.

Some older fridges had a manual switch to start the defrost process.

Jun 30, 2016 | Refrigerators

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2000 honda accord heater mode ? auto mode works, defrost mode does not


Is the a/c compressor turning on? When you turn the defroster on, the a/c compressor turns on to help remove moisture from the interior of the vehicle which in turns clears the fogging from the windows. If the a/c doesn't work, the defroster won't either.

Jan 14, 2015 | 2000 Honda Accord

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I have a sheet of ice inside my bottom freezer below the food drawers. How can I get rid of this and prevent it from forming?


Reduce the cooling control. Defrost it regularly. If it is no frost refrigerator then your automatic defrosting is not functioning. Check the heater & timer functioning. The schematic diagram is normally pasted on the back of every refrigerator.

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Jun 19, 2011 | Refrigerators

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Our Refigerator is forming ice in the freezer. It


Probably has lost the defrost function and excess ice has formed clogging air flow and shutting down ice production. Remove the access panel and inspect the evaporaton department for signs of failed defrosting.

Apr 22, 2010 | Refrigerators

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LARGE AMOUNTS OF ICE FORMED IN THE MAIN COMPARTMENT


Well, short term, you'll have to unoad it and defrost manually.

Sounds like the auto-defrosting system has a problem. A likely cause is the defrost timer.

May 04, 2009 | Refrigerators

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GE Monogram refrigerator/freezer problem/ice dam in ice maker


I have had the same problem with ice forming. I found the problem is from the ice maker. The water fill tube delivers water to a plastic piece that acts like a funnel. The water goes through this plastic piece into the ice maker. Ice forms in the plastic funnel piece causing the water to overflow into the ice bin and freezer.

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GE Side by Side (3 yrs Old): Freezer iced up, refrig not cooling


Most GE defrost problems are bad defrost thermostat and defrost heater.
It requies removing the back wall panel on the inside of the freezer to access the parts.

Mar 17, 2009 | GE GSL22JFPBS Side by Side Refrigerator

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Beverage-Air Kegerator Not Staying Cold


It can take a very long time to get a keg of beer down in temperature. The heat transfer from a keg is slow due to the lack of air circulation inside the keg. You should also check your condenser coils, make sure they are clean. Door gasket should also be in good repair. Hope this helps.

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