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Good day, Somewhat handicapped not knowing if it's a conventional freezer or frost free. 1. If it's frost free check to see if the fan motor is running in the freezer compartment. 2. As well if it has a fan motor in the compressor compartment, see if it is running as well.
3. If it is a conventional model, make sure it is turned on and make sure it is running. If running, then it has lost it's refrigerant charge or the compressor has lost it's pumping capacity.
4. If it is item 3, then unless it's less then 5 years old, the sealed system/compressor problem is so pricey that it's not a practical repair. If under 5 years Amana will pay for these repairs, whether it's conventional or frost free.
you should def have a 5 year warr on your compressor( all your sealed system parts) , youll need a factory authorized company, to come ck out so if it is a sealed system repair they will honor y our warr. dont know how it works where you are but,theres got to be 12 companies just in my area willing to do that
An upright freezer that is not frost free will have the coils in the shelves (shelves are non-removeable) and that is where the frost will buildup. If your model is like this then it will have to be defrosted periodically. If your not sure then give me the entire model # from the sticker inside the freezer and I will look it up for you.
YOU COULD GO TO THE AUTO ZONE AND BUY A TAP VALVE AND FREON 134A CHARGE IT THROUGH THE LOW SIDE SHOULD READ 5 AND HIGH 150 USE 134A. IT MIGHT WORK FOR A FEW MONTHS TO A YEAR IF NOT LONGER BUT YES IT HAS A LEAK THE CONDENSOR IS BUILTIN AND MADE OUT OF STEEL AND IT RUST THROUGH OUT THE YEARS THEY SHOULD OF USED COPPER NOT STEEL