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Would need to know a bit more information.
1 Type of refrigerator (top freezer or side by side or bottom freezer)
2 How soon do you need turkey thawed
Top freezer type = place turkey on lowest shelve in a pan to catch water.
On Side by Side type = this will take the longest to thaw as it has a consistent temp through out.
On bottom freezer type - place turkey on highest shelf of refrigerator.
At the lowest point of the a/c box and drains out through the firewall behind the engine Check underneath and look for a plastic hose about 1/2 to 5/8 in dia and that will give you an indication of where to look inside the car. You will have to pull the floor carpet back from under the a/c box to see it
I had the same problem when one of my kids changed the setting of the chef's pantry (full-width drawer) to higher setting and everything started freezing. The setting should be at "lowest setting". Give it a try. deborah.
Is everything really frozen or just the top shelf stuff? You may have a thermistor (temp sensor) problem if the compressor just runs and runs and runs all the time. Take a glass of water and place a thermometer in it for about 3 hours then take a temp. reading. That will let you know what the real temps are. See if you can cause the compressor to kick off and on by changing the temp settings (go to real low for about 5 minutes then back up to high). Let us know what happens.