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If it has electronic controls, you will need the manual. On manual commercial freezers the knob is in the back of the upper unit on the right hand side. They are a good make, I have had a number of them.
Usually every 6 hours will keep the evaporator coil clear of frost. I set the time at 45 minutes per defrost. This unit has a defrost termination control that kicks it out of defrost when the coil reaches a certain temperature. The defrost timer is only a backup if the defrost control fails.
I understand that you are looking for the temperature control knob on your Frigidaire freezer, model# FFU2064DW. The temperature control is located inside your freezer on upright models, and on the left outside wall on chest models. The temperature is factory preset to provide satisfactory food storage temperatures. However, the temperature control is adjustable to provide a range of temperatures for your personal satisfaction. However, the temperature control is adjustable to provide a range of temperatures for your personal satisfaction. Hope this is helpful.
Contact the manufacture, it is most likely going to be covered under warranty. If the knob is not removable, (check for a set screw on the side of the knob it will take a small allen wrench) Then the thermostat (temp controller) will need to be replaced, if it isn't a style that you can calibrate.
Anything is possible so Yes... Although I wouldnt recommend it. The price to have a qualified technician do the job would reach very close to the cost of a new reach-in cooler and it could put a bit of a burden on the compressor. You are better off selling the freezer and purchasing a cooler with the money from the sale. It would involve one of two fairly large scale jobs. 1. The recovery of the refrigerant and installation of a CPR (Crankcase Pressure Regulator) with some wiring changes and adjustments... Or 2. The replacement of the compressor and capillary tubing.
well most t stats have a differential of 5 to 7 but almost never more than ten deg so that the compressor wont short cycle .something you can check .some t stats you can adjust the differential on check if yours has that adjustment screw on the side or back of T stat if you need more help or parts e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Should be a thermostat with a black knob in the freezer. Usually they are marked 1-7 1 being the warmest and 7 the coldest. Usually clock wise + colder. Adjust by only 1 number per day. See how it responded the nest day. The set point is designated by a notch or arrow on the cover plate. ;)