Question about Kenmore Refrigerators
It's possible that the defrost timer motor has stopped. (note your timer might be incorporated in an electronic control module) This will cause the evaporator coils to ice up. Less likely: The timer may be OK, but the defrost heater assembly is open circuit and therefore not heating up. According to RepairClinic.com, 795.7102 model number is incomplete: "795.7102 is a partial model number for a Kenmore Refrigerator. To see specific parts for your Refrigerator, please choose your exact model from the list above or choose the model that's closest." Here a link:
Kenmore Refrigerator Not Defrosting
Posted on Mar 28, 2015
Testimonial: "Thanks, that is helpful. The complete model number is 795.71023.012 I'll check the continuity of the defrost heater."
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