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Heavy frosting of ice can seen inside freezer compartment panel

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You have a defrost problem, either timer, heater, or limit. Turn unit off and defrost with a hair dryer.
Once you have done this get back to me and I will tell you how to test those items.

Posted on Apr 24, 2009

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    Robert Moller Apr 24, 2009

    You have an ADC (motherboard) type of defrost, though more energy efficient, more problems.



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Remove the bottom panel and back panel from inside the freezer compartment. You will probably notice that the bottom of the inside of the freezer is covered in ice. Use hot water (not boiling) from the tap and pour it on to the ice that is formed on the inside of the freezer compartment to melt the ice.

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