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Just defrosted it was working fine and one morning i woke up and it had just defrosted on its own. the bottom of the freezer was full of water. there is no noise to say its on.

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Check wheather the current is flowing to the compressor or not. if not than try it by changing the overload or the thermostart of the freezer................have a nice day :-)

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