Question about Whirlpool 25.6 cu. ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator with In-Door-Ice Dispensing System
I am experiencing the same problem. After taking the back panel off of the freezer, I defrost the ice buildup with a hair dryer. Problem resurfaces again in about a month. My question is, why doesn't the ice buildup around the evaporator fan blades melt during the defrost cycle?
Is your heater comeing on is this unit a manual timer are is it run by control board
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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Sounds like ice buildup around the fan that's inside the freezer. My lousy GE 3-door did that when the bottom freezer didn't get completely closed overnight, and everything behind the back panel, where the coils are froze up like an iceberg. I had to take the back panel off and melt it with a hair dryer.
See if you see any abnormal ice buildup, or if the refrig compartment is getting warm. That's usually a result of ice buildup. Another cause is a failure in the defrost cycle. It will freeze up after a couple days. This would usually be the defrost timer.
Oct 23, 2007 | Refrigerators
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