Question about Frost Refrigerators
Sometime u get bad parts new in the box. Have u tested each part. Put defrost sensor in freezer if the open/close when the get cold they are good, note most switch somewhere around 27f after u have confirmed the switches are good. Remove sensor (defrost) and relocate to another spot on the coil , maybe one of the end loops that freeze first. Also u didn't mention the psi. If it's low the unit will freeze. Hope that helps
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