Question about Refrigerators
You have a defrost problem , unplug unit , empty freezer and remove the back panel the ice is on , with a hair dryer or similar item defrost the entire cooling coil until no ice is present , you have to get the ice out of the foam pieces that shoot air down to the refrigerator , there will be water leaking in that section as well put a towel in the lower section.
after getting the ice out of everything you will have about a week until it does this again.
things to check- your heating element under the cooling coil , you can ohm it out with a meter or look for signs of it burning up.
the terminator- its located in the freezer where the freon lines come in , it clips on the freon line , its 1 inch round , make sure its not blown or the wires have not came out.
and then your defrost timer , it is usually where the settings are in the fresh food department , you can click it into defrost and see if it runs the heater to test.
Let me know if you have any questions
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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