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Either way if you had the doors opened a lot, it should like you probably have frost build up preventing proper air flow. You'd need to pull everything out of the freezer and remove the lower back panel inside the freezer. If there is frost build up, you'll need to use a hair dryer to thaw all the frost out. The unit will continue to beep until the set temperature (0 and 38) are reached so that could take a while even after thawing out all the frost build up.
If removing panels sounds like more than you can handle, you can always unplug the unit for 24 hours and leave the doors open to allow the unit to defrost on it's own.
Does it have cooling coils in the back... or underneath... that might need to be cleaned and vacuumed out???. That is a common problem.. Another thing, check to see if the door is sealing properly.. The next suspect might be the temperature adjustment mechanism that you've been adjusting..
not possible to remove the freezer
the most likely [problem is that the seals around the freezer door are not sealing properly
that allows the atmosphere into the freezer and the humidity then freezes and turns to ice , causing the problem
adjust the door and change that door seal
when defrosting the freezer, remove all the frozen food, and place a fan at the open door
atmospheric temp air will defrost a badly iced freezer in around 1 hour with the use of the fan on high speed
Haier are a bad brand, the unit has cooling fin frost up and will not allow air to pass through the cooling plates, defrost the unit for 2 days with door open and restart, if all good after that, keep doing it, if not, its lost gas and needs the bin. Quality items deliver lengthy trouble free operation, sorry but I put Haier in the Daewoo class, Kelvinator or Westinghouse next time, its worth that little extra. Regards Russ
just bought one that a repair man had already been through with similar issues. i wanted it as a fridge so this was no problem. took me about 5 minutes to figure out the reason it wasn't freezing though...the switch at the top that turns the light on when you open it also turns on the fan when you close the door. the door however sits just a tad too low to fully engage the switch. put a piece of tape over the switch and let it cool for 24 hours. chances are this will solve your problem!
First make sure your door switch is okay. Other problems could be your defrost timer, evap. thermo. etc.. Make sure that it is your fan before replacing it. To replace it you take everything out of the freezer and remove the rear panel. You should see the fan at that point. You can check for voltage at the fan by disconnecting it and measuring for 125V at the leads. If when the door is closed you have power replace the fan. If not check all other possibilities.