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Why a Frigidaire freezer seems to be stuck in defrost model number LFFU17F5HWC


Good Morning Friend,

I understand that your Frigidaire freezer, model# LFFU17F5HWC, seems to be stuck in a defrost mode. Your freezer is supposed to automatically defrost for 30 minutes after every 12 hours of compressor run time. I suggest resetting your appliance, be either unplugging it or shutting the power off at your homes circuit breaker, for 3-5 minutes. Restore power and watch to see if it is still stuck in defrost mode. I ask that you please follow up with a comment on the post, at your convenience, to advise if further troubleshooting is needed or if your washer status has changed successfully. Hope this is helpful.

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WP

May 24, 2014 | Frigidaire 20.3 Cu. Ft. Frost-Free Upright...

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Hoshizaki freezer stuck in defrost


most likely a fan not running or a bad defrost timmer. open door, press in and door switches and Feel or listen for a fan.. it is normal for ice to start to build on evaperator, this must be melted by a electric heating element when in its defrost mode..

Feb 01, 2014 | Hoshizaki Freezers

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Ffu20fc6aw4


how old is your model you have. a weak pump will make the system slower to get to temp even a broken seal can do this. even just a few mil gap can make it do this. if you close the door then re-open it it should be harder to open the door. this is the seal being nice and tight to its fittings.

Jan 29, 2014 | Freezers

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Frigidaire freezer runs a lot. Located in garage. In summer runs almost non-stop. Currently outside temps are below 0 deg F and freezer still cyles frequently. Have replace the freezer tstat. Defrost...


Yup, these timers have a tiny clock motor that can get lint on them, causing motor failure, should be simple replacement. Refrigerators in cold garages run more to regulate their temperature below 45 degrees.

Jan 29, 2014 | Freezers

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Completely dead


let's start with the basics. Are you sure you are getting the correct power to the unit? If 120 volts, use meter and check across power and neutral, not power and ground. If correct power is present, check the defrost timeclock for proper operation. If bad and stuck in the defrost cycle, nothing will work except for the defrost heaters. It should terminate defrost cycle and return to the freeze cycle, but if terminator is bad, it will just sit in defrost. Start here and get back to me and we can continue.

Oct 07, 2010 | Coldtech 21 cu. ft. / 595 liter Commercial...

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Frost on wall


Hi, The defrost heater may not be working properly (timer stuck, heating element burned out, bad defrost thermostat,etc.). The unit should go into defrost mode about every 6-8 hours typically and last about 30 minutes (depending on model of freezer). During defrost cycles the compressor and fan do not run (don't want to keep cooling while trying to defrost). Once defrost is over, the fan and compressor get power again.
Take care

Jul 17, 2010 | Woods Freezers

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Ice builds up in the freezer


Hi, The defrost heater may not be working properly (timer stuck, heating element burned out, bad defrost thermostat,etc.). The unit should go into defrost mode about every 6-8 hours typically and last about 30 minutes (depending on model of freezer). During defrost cycles the compressor and fan do not run (don't want to keep cooling while trying to defrost). Once defrost is over, the fan and compressor get power again.
Take care

Jul 17, 2010 | Woods 201 cu. ft. Upright Freezer V2003RW3

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True model gdim-26. runs fine unitl defrost then does not keep cold after defrost.


Hi, sounds like your defrost clock is stuck in the defrost mode. On most true boxes they have a paragon defrost clock with adjustable pins you can set the amount of cycles and duration of the defrost cycle. Find the clock and give it a turn in the direction of the arrow or cw. It will come out of defrost and start to freeze again. If it continues, you may need a new clock. Let me know what you find. Keep me posted. True boxes are top of the line
Sincerely,
Shastalaker7

Mar 23, 2010 | True 26 cu. ft. Commercial Freezer GDIM-26

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The freezer stopped freezing... the temp now reads 40deg (and climbing) and the fridge reads 45deg. I'm mopping up puddles on the floor.


It is possible the refrigerator has gone into defrost and stuck there. I'm not sure what features to tell you to look for but you probably have a defrost timer or something called Adaptive Defrost Control board. They are the part that most likely causes the problem. If you could send me the model number found on the door frame on most refrigerators I would help you locate the parts.. Anyway when they stop cooling like that it reminds me of a defrost timer caught in the defrost cycle and the only way to locate it and turn it clockwise may get you going until the defrost timer can be replaced. I have seen thermostats do the same thing. Thanks Sea Breeze

Aug 17, 2009 | Frigidaire Freezers

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Frigidaire Upright freezer FFU20FC4AW2


Sounds like the timer could be getting stuck and not releasing the defrost cycle. If you have to do it again, you should have the timer checked, or just replace it.

Jan 02, 2009 | Frigidaire 20.6 cu. ft. / 583 liter...

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