Question about Freezers
There is an ice build up and the tube that runs down to the evaporator tray on the top of the compressor freezes up
You have to remove everything from the freezer and remove the back panel, usually has 4 to 6 screws and your thermostat has 2 wires going to it and is clipped on the line going to the coil. The element is under the coil with a wire on both ends. If you have a multi meter you can check both. The element should read close to 0 if it is good,if it is bad the meter will not change reading when a leads off the meter are attached to both ends. the thermostat is checked the same way except if at room temp it will not show a reading and if you put it in a glass of ice water when it reaches around 32 degrees it should read 0 or close if it does not then it needs replaced. hope this helps
Posted on Apr 17, 2014
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