Question about GE ZDBC240NBS Beverage Cooler
Someone left the door slightly open to our Beverage Cooler. It froze with some thin ice over the back of the inside of unit. I turned it off for a couple of hours, while wetting the inside back down with a warm dish rag to remove the ice, also hoping whatever was freezing over would thaw.
Ice is forming again on inside back.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Defrost the unit until all ice melts( force defrost by unplugging the unit for several hours). Then plug and start the unit check if the blower inside is operating. If no air present in the vents check for stock up blower motor. If blower is operating and air is present in vents. Mas be the unit is out of gas.
Posted on Jan 21, 2008
I pulled the refrig out from the wall, turned it off, took off the back panel (that covers the compressor fan and motor) and used the attachment on my vacuum to remove the dust from the area. Then I closed the flapper that allows the ice to release from the ice maker compartment to the dispenser, so no warm air would get into the freezer area. I plugged the refrigerator back in and within an hour it was freezing again! So far this week, I have had to repair the garbage disposal and the refrigerator.....I saved some nice $$$ by figuring this out by myself!
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
I had the same problem. The drain tube is located below the pan below the fins at the rear of your freezer. The drain tube has a trap (s-shaped curve) to prevent air flow out of the freezer. The problem is that water gets in this tube and freezes. I took the sheet metal cover off the back, got a turkey baster and flexible tube, and continuously flushed hot water (after the freezer had been turned off around an hour to thaw). Eventually the plug gave way.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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