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before i would replace the freezer i would make sure the drain is open ,,, the drain is at the bottom in the back of the inside of your freezer and if it freezes up the water builds and cut down the cooling ,,, that is where i would look first.
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I have the same model number and my freezer completely defrosted and won' freeze. I assume I have a leek and all the freon (correct spelling) has leaked out any suggestions? My email is bjkirkland@gmail.com.

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Since you didn\'t say, I do not know who manufactured the refrigerator/freezer of which you write. Nor do I know the model number. Fortunately, leaking freezers leave a wide evidence trail.

If the inside of a freezer door is icing up, that usually means there is an air leak to the outside of the freezer. Warmer, moist air is being sucked into the freezer, right where that moisture is freezing almost instantly, and depositing the ice right where the leak is. So, where you see the ice is pretty much where the air is coming in. That\'s where the gasket is bad.

The part that seals the door is called a gasket. It is a magnetized rubber strip that goes around the entire door, where the door contacts the main box of the freezer. As I said, this gasket is magnetic. Close the door and carefully check the entire perimeter of the door. (that means the whole rubber strip, every inch) Where the ice is on the inside, the gasket will be torn, folded over, or defective in some other way. There can even be tears in the folds of the rubber part of the gasket. Check it all, carefully. It should be readily apparent; kinked, torn, melted, yanked, out of it\'s channel, etc. The idea is to get it properly shaped so it seals to the main box of the freezer.

If you can repair it, do so. High quality silicone caulk can seal small tears in the rubber. If not, go to where you bought it, or call the 800 number and ask about a new gasket. Look for labels and/or plates, inside the door edges, on the back, anywhere. The info is there. Find it. A freezer door will not seal without a properly functioning gasket.

After the door gasket is repaired, set the freezer to maintain a constant temperature of 0\' F maximum. Get a freezer/refrigerator thermometer at K/Wal Mart or similar store and get the temps correct.

The fridge should be 40\'F MAX. 34\'F is much better. The freezer should be 0\'F max. 10\' below 0\' F is even better.

The leaking gasket on your freezer is sucking electricity and costing you money in electric bills. The sooner it\'s repaired, the quicker you will recover the money you spent on the new gasket.

If necessary.

Good luck.

Aug 19, 2014 | Refrigerators

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Imperial freezer uf2075cw6 door seal part number?


I would post in freezers you would get a better chance at an answer.

May 13, 2014 | Kitchen Appliances - Others

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Our old Imperial heavy duty commercial model uf20x needs seal. Where to find it?


Commercial refrigerator parts supplier can make it same day. Check google for your nearest supplier.

Feb 01, 2014 | True 72 cu. ft. / 2039 liter Commercial...

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I have an Imperial heavy duty freezer, model # UL2494ECW5. My door seal is ripped pretty good. Where could I purchase another rubber seal for that model?


Hello,

The part number for that gasket is 216522312 it could be purchased from your local appliance parts store or online at;
searspartsdirect.com
apwagner.com
partselect.com
apdepot.com
repairclinic.com


GENE

Sep 09, 2011 | Freezers

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I need an Imperial freezer gasket for model UL5000ECW4 serial WB01811931.


I have the same model number and my freezer completely defrosted and won' freeze. I assume I have a leek and all the freon (correct spelling) has leaked out any suggestions? My email is bjkirkland@gmail.com.

Mar 02, 2011 | Freezers

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ICE DOOR SEAL IS LOOSE AND NOT SEALING CAUSING FROST BUILDUP


Hello,

This is the step you will use to repair your ice door seal that is loose.

There are screws under the fold of the freezer door gasket that holds the brace for the gasket in place. Lift the rubber gasket to expose the screw head, one section at a time. Just loosen the screw, and do not take it completely out.

As you loosen the screws, one section at a time, carefully remove the old gasket. At the same time, fit the new gasket into the groove. Make sure your new gasket is lined up properly.

Continue around the freezer door, unloosening the screw, taking out the old gasket and fitting the new one in.

Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

Check the seal by closing the door. You should have a nice, tight seal.

Good luck.



  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

  • Read more: How to Fix a Freezer Door Seal | eHow.co.uk http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_4855248_fix-freezer-door-seal.html#ixzz0rY7rn3O8
  • Step 3 Continue around the freezer door, unloosening the screw, taking out the old gasket and fitting the new one in.
  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

  • Read more: How to Fix a Freezer Door Seal | eHow.co.uk http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_4855248_fix-freezer-door-seal.html#ixzz0rY7gYaZ2
  • Step 2 As you loosen the screws, one section at a time, carefully remove the old gasket. At the same time, fit the new gasket into the groove. Make sure your new gasket is lined up properly.
  • Step 3 Continue around the freezer door, unloosening the screw, taking out the old gasket and fitting the new one in.
  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.
  • Step 5 fix-freezer-door-seal-1.5-120x120.jpg jQuery(document).ready(function(){ jQuery('#jsArticleStep5 span.image a:first').attr('href','http://i.ehow.com/images/a04/k5/eg/fix-freezer-door-seal-1.5-800X800.jpg'); }); Keep the gasket clean to last longer. Check the seal by closing the door. You should have a nice, tight seal.

  • Read more: How to Fix a Freezer Door Seal | eHow.co.uk http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_4855248_fix-freezer-door-seal.html#ixzz0rY7JfY8i

    Jun 22, 2010 | Refrigerators

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    The refrigerator not as cold as before


    Things to check - door gasket seals for leaks, dirty condensers that need to be cleaned and dust removed, proper clearance to the back and sides of your unit.

    Is your evaporator fan in the freezer functioning normally ? is your freezer cooling normally ? You might want to check at the back of your freezer panel for overfrost on the evaporator that will impact cooling performance. You can shut down your unit and try manually defrosting and melting the ice and then run your unit for a couple of hours to see if cooling is back to normal........ if it is, then your defrost system is malfunctioning and you will need to have the control board and/or defrost system components checked.

    Otherwise, if overfrost and door seals and dirty condensers are not an issue and you have also tried raising the cooling dial up and compressor run-time is excessive then you may have a sealed system issue but rare and not the common causes. Most common causes are overfrost on the evap / defrost timer problems and damper (flaps that do not open properly).

    you will need to have those checked if all else fails.

    Sep 23, 2009 | Imperial Refrigerators

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    I have a whirlpool the refrigerator door will not stay close.


    It shouldn't be pushing the door itself...you see the magnet that is used in the refrigerators are not repulsive.It doesn't get weaken that easily but what you can do is check if there isn't something bulging out of the fridge and pushing the door...take out all the things from inside and then try closing the door again. If door opens up again then definitely you have to look for a new gasket.

    Jun 05, 2009 | Refrigerators

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    Freezer super frozen ice build up too quick


    before i would replace the freezer i would make sure the drain is open ,,, the drain is at the bottom in the back of the inside of your freezer and if it freezes up the water builds and cut down the cooling ,,, that is where i would look first.
    Larry

    Nov 23, 2008 | Freezers

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