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Ice sheet formed on back of freezer yet ice cream melting in freezer. top of firdge cool but not cold

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My refrigerator is cool but not cold. My freezer is keeping things frozen but takes longer to form ice (no ice maker) and my ice cream is soft. I hear the motor running and I do not have any frost build...


Hi Nancy,

I bet you've got all kinds of frost / ice behind the plastic cover that protects (and shields from view) the cooling coil in the freezer compartment.

You probably have one or more: defrost timer, defrost terminator or defrost heating element that has failed. Call for service - or empty the fridge and unplug with door open for a day - ice will melt and when you plug in again it will work just fine. Until frost builds up again that is.

Good luck!

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Freezer side not cold enough, similar temperature as Refrigerator side


It could be many things. My first guess would be the defrost. The coil that gets cold in your freezer builds ice on it and the only way to get the ice off is to run a heater near the coil long enough for the ice to melt. All freezers have something built in to defrost and domestic are typically just an electric heater on a timer. When your freezer stops working again, you may want to pull open the panel of your freezer and see if your coil (a heat exchanger that probably looks a lot like your car radiator) is covered in ice. If it is, it could be the timer or the actual heater that is bad.

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Refrigerator won't cool


seal on door must be letting moisture into compartment, need new door seal

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The freezer is about 65% cold - the ice cream is melted but the ice cube trays have not. The fridge is about 50% cold, no food has spoiled yet. What is causing the problem?


Clean the condenser fins. Lint build up in the condenser fins is inhibiting heat transfer. Just clean the condenser very well and that might solve your cooling problem.

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My hotpoint top freezer is not cold enough. The ice creams are all melted. I don't see any knob at the top for adjustment. There is a adjustment a the fridge level. I already turned it up to the hightest...


Let the level be set at midpoint and for a start put the fridge off for thsystem to come to normal , the compressor to reset. Now draina nd clean all the cooling coils inside the freezer unit. Look for visible wearing off wires or connection in the temperature sensors. Check lines to the timer, heater and the thermostat. remove panels to check . now clean the compressor contactor and aster all the panels are put back, restart the fridge. If the cooling returns then you willhave to wait and watch if the timer works to auto deffrost. if not replace. If the cooling is still bad then you must check for hte weeakness of the compressor, low pressure of gas. service and refill gas but I would recommend with a good help. Get extimate before you start he work and ask for time warranty for the work. Hope you work this out. Good day

Jul 31, 2010 | Hotpoint HTS16BBSL Top Freezer...

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Freezer section of Kenmore Self Defrost Refrigerator Mfg. 4/07


What you have found as a model number may in fact, be a part number for the inner lining.
Check your owner's manual for the model number.

Check to see if your unit is equipped with a setting for humid/dry climates and if it is present, it should be set to correspond to yours.

The defrost cycle melts concealed, built-up frost, with an internal heating element.
That produces water that should normally drain through a hidden path down to the evaporation tray at floor level under your unit.

If the path is blocked, the water will find its way into the interior and refreeze wherever it lands.

Gaining access to the element and the drainage path can be a real pain in some refrigerators and requires removal of the liner of the freezer for access.

Good luck.

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Refrigerator not that cold and freezer not freezing well


between the door and freezer is very hot, and the refrigerator is not that cold and the freezing is freezing but not that well, ice cream is soft but meat freeze and ice is not melting. Also behind the fridge at the bottom is very hot.

Jun 05, 2008 | Kenmore 64802 Top Freezer Refrigerator

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