Question about Admiral Refrigerators
Frost on back wall in freezer side , remove cover and frost on coils in freezer side , side by side about 10 years still looks new
Unplug appliance, melt ice on back of freezer, remove panel rear of freezer, find leads to defrost heater and test with a multimeter, if you have condinuity replace defrost termostat, if no condinuity replace defrost heater. after removing panel you will have to melt ice in rear with heat gun before testing.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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it sounds like its not defrosting this is why the frost is on the back. Remove the back panel and defrost coil with a hair dryer. This will restore the unit to cooling temporarily. I can help diagnose why its not defrosting if you decide to attempt the repair
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