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Where is the thermostat on my electrolux freezer (E32AF75FPS)?


Hi spazmodius, thank you for your post! This particular model has a thermistor to relay the temperature inside the unit to the Main Control Board. The thermistor is located behind the evaporator panel, to the right of the evaporator. I hope this information helps to some degree. If there is anything else that I can help you with, please feel free to reconnect!

Aug 03, 2013 | Electrolux E32AF75FPS Upright Freezer

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Frs26hf5a adc


Good Morning mclellan286 - There could be various reasons why your refrigerator is freezing. There could be a faulty defrost thermostat or the vent from the freezer has been blocked and is forcing air into the refrigeration section.
If I may suggest checking to make sure that items in the freezer are clear from the vents or walls in the freezer. If this is not an issue, it may be more of a technical issue and an authorized service provider would be able to determine the root cause to reduce the risk of unnecessary parts.
If you do not know a professional technician, manufacturer websites often have service provider locators' onsite to assist you in that regrd. If you have any additional questions, please feel free to reconnect!

May 06, 2013 | Frigidaire FRS26H5AS Side by Side...

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Fridg. not cooling. digital display not working, frezzer thawing.


he refrigerator/freezer defrost system can be checked by manually initiating a defrost cycle. There
are two methods of initiating the ADC Test Mode.
First Test Method:
1. Turn the thermostat off for 15 seconds.
2. Turn the thermostat on for 5 seconds.
3. Turn the thermostat off for 15 seconds.
4. Turn the thermostat on for 5 seconds.
5. Turn the thermostat off for 15 seconds.
6. Turn the thermostat on for 5 seconds.
7. Turn the thermostat off.
In 3 to 8 seconds the ADC should turn on the defrost heater (with the bimetal closed). NOTE: The test mode will terminate when the bimetal opens. If the refrigerator/freezer is already in defrost, Test Mode can be terminated by unplugging the refrigerator/freezer from the wall outlet and waiting 30 seconds before plugging it back in. The refrigerator/freezer should immediately go into cooling mode if the thermostat is closed.
If this first test procedure fails to make the ADC initiate a defrost cycle, try the following procedure to make the ADC begin the Test Mode.
Second Test Method:
1. Disconnect the refrigerator/freezer from the wall outlet for at least 30 seconds.
2. Turn the thermostat off.
3. Reconnect power to the refrigerator/freezer.
Within 3 to 8 seconds the ADC should turn on the defrost heater (with the bimetal close). If the unit fails to go into the defrost mode during this test, the problem may not be with the ADC. A defective bimetal may be the cause of the failure. The ADC will only go into a test mode if the bimetal
is closed. If the ADC senses an open bimetal it will return to the cooling mode within 3 to 8 seconds.
HELPFUL HINT: Upon entering the Test Mode, the relay mounted on the ADC board should turn off the compressor and turn on the defrost heater. Listen for the relay to click.
• If the relay clicks one time when entering the Test Mode, check for continuity in the defrost heater.
• If the relay clicks two times, check for an open bimetal.

Jun 11, 2011 | Whirlpool Refrigerators

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How to remove and replace Thermester


Hello,

If you discover that your refrigerator is not getting cool enough or not cooling down at all, then it is perfectly possible you may need to change your refrigerator thermostat. If you wish to test the thermostat to make sure whether it is working or not, then you should change the refrigerator temperature to something a bit cooler than normal. If the thermostat is working okay then it will take a few hours to maintain a steady temperature. However, if it doesn't then it will need replacing.


Step 1 - Preparation for Replacing Thermostat
The first thing you should do before undertaking this work is to turn off the appliance from the mains. This is something that should be done with all appliances of an electrical nature for safety reasons. If you find that the plug is hidden away behind cupboards or panels then you should turn off all the power to the entire kitchen.


Step 2 - Locate the Thermostat
Next you need to find the thermostat and where it is positioned inside the refrigerator. For the majority of refrigerators where they have a freezer on the top level, the thermostat will be right at the back of the fridge or on the roof of the fridge on underneath the freezer panel. If you have a refrigerator that is next to the freezer then the thermostat should be found in the freezer at the back.

Step 3 - Remove Shelving
Ensure that you take out all frozen food and shelves that are in your way that many prevent you from working on the job with plenty of space to move about in. In order to take out some of the shelves on the inside you may have to make a few screws loose and take out clips holding it in place.

Step 4 - Remove Wires
There will be some wires that are attached to the thermostat and these need to be pulled away gently using the pliers. You should make sure that you are extremely careful doing this as if you pull too hard or grip the wires in the middle then they could break under the pressure.

Step 5 - Take the Broken Thermostat Out
You are now in a position to take the old faulty thermostat out of the refrigerator after taking out the remaining screws and clips. If the thermostat is around an evaporator tube then you should take care then removing as this may cause damage.

Step 6 - Install the New Thermostat
Once you have gone through all the steps, then you should put the new replacement thermostat in to the refrigerator in the same place as the old one. Ensure that you screw it into place and reconnect all the wires. Ensure that when you have done this and put the panel back on to the thermostat that it is secure. Next put back any shelving you took out before replacing the thermostat.

Step 7 - Test the Refrigerator
Finally, turn the power to the refrigerator back on and then wait for the refrigerator to cool down again to a lower temperature. If the new thermostat is working correctly then it will kick in and maintain a steady temperature within your refrigerator.

I hope this will help in solving the problem....

May 17, 2011 | Dometic RM2652 Refrigerator

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How do i get unit to go in deforst


The refrigerator/freezer defrost system can be checked by manually initiating a defrost cycle. There
are two methods of initiating the ADC Test Mode.
First Test Method:
1. Turn the thermostat off for 15 seconds.
2. Turn the thermostat on for 5 seconds.
3. Turn the thermostat off for 15 seconds.
4. Turn the thermostat on for 5 seconds.
5. Turn the thermostat off for 15 seconds.
6. Turn the thermostat on for 5 seconds.
7. Turn the thermostat off.
In 3 to 8 seconds the ADC should turn on the defrost heater (with the bimetal closed). NOTE: The test mode will terminate when the bimetal opens. If the refrigerator/freezer is already in defrost, Test Mode can be terminated by unplugging the refrigerator/freezer from the wall outlet and waiting 30 seconds before plugging it back in. The refrigerator/freezer should immediately go into cooling mode if the thermostat is closed.
If this first test procedure fails to make the ADC initiate a defrost cycle, try the following procedure to make the ADC begin the Test Mode.
Second Test Method:
1. Disconnect the refrigerator/freezer from the wall outlet for at least 30 seconds.
2. Turn the thermostat off.
3. Reconnect power to the refrigerator/freezer.
Within 3 to 8 seconds the ADC should turn on the defrost heater (with the bimetal close). If the unit fails to go into the defrost mode during this test, the problem may not be with the ADC. A defective bimetal may be the cause of the failure. The ADC will only go into a test mode if the bimetal
is closed. If the ADC senses an open bimetal it will return to the cooling mode within 3 to 8 seconds.
HELPFUL HINT: Upon entering the Test Mode, the relay mounted on the ADC board should turn off the compressor and turn on the defrost heater. Listen for the relay to click.
• If the relay clicks one time when entering the Test Mode, check for continuity in the defrost heater.
• If the relay clicks two times, check for an open bimetal.

Nov 26, 2010 | Whirlpool 25.6 cu. ft. Side-by-Side...

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Kenmore 59662232200, freezer coils freeze up and will not drfrost automatically. replaced defrost timer, nothing changed. is there a heating elementing that should be replaced?


turn the timer knob until it clicks and the machine will be in defrost,remove the back wall inside the freezer,you'll see the defrost thermostat on top of the coil with two wires coming off of it,cut the two wires and reconnect the wires so you're bypassing the thermostat and the heater should come on,you'll hear a crackling noise when it comes on,before you cut the wires shut down the freezer control so no power is going to the wires,connect the wires and turn the control on,you can read out the thermostat with a meter but the t-stat has to be cold to read it out,the heaters in this machine hardly ever go bad but you can read it out with your meter.you have a new timer,all that's left is the heater,t-stat or a broken wire but i'd put my money on the t-stat.let me know what you find

Sep 25, 2010 | Kenmore Refrigerators

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Why does the fridge part of my zanussi freezone fridge/freezer, keep freezing the food?


Hi,the problem you are encountering is as a result of the fact that the thermostat which regulates the cooling temperature in the fridge/freezer is bad hence there is no regulation of the cooling temperature in the fridge/freezer section, hence the food in the fridge freezes up.

The solution is to replace the thermostat of the unit,here is how you go about it;

1.You have to disconnect the fridge from the power source.
2.Locate the thermostat at the bottom of the unit,at the top left corner above the condenser.
3.Now you need to locate the wire ends or wire harness and unplug them.
4.Replace the thermostat,reconnect it back,put the back cover back and you have completed the job.

Take care of yourself

Jun 24, 2010 | Hoover HCA390FFK Bottom Freezer...

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My automatic defrost is not working


if you have a ohm meter you go in your freezer section and take the back panel off and if it is still frozen up you can test your defrost t-stat it is a round thermostat on top of the coils with 2 wires coming out of it just cut your wires while it is still on the icey coil and test it if no ohms it is bad if there is ohms then reconnect the wires and ohm out your heater more then likely it is your thermostat

Jan 03, 2009 | Whirlpool 25.6 cu. ft. Side-by-Side...

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