Question about Freezers
In some cases it may have been caused by the accumulation of ice at the coils at the back of the freezer. You may check at it if there is ice formation thus causing the low temperature to accumulate locally in that area. Check the thermistor, most model has it located in the same area at the back panel. At times the thermistor when locked in ice may not function well after. If you wish to troubleshoot that you can use a tester and see if there is voltage running. If your unit has a fan see if it is working and if it does its job in circulating the air.
At times especially for old units distance of the rear from the wall is also important in ensuring that proper ventilation is given to the unit. Other than that check the freon level.
If that does not help, further observation is requested for additional inputs to further isolate the problem
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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