Question about Refrigerators
You have a defrost problem. No biggie. Check your heaters first, then your t-stat and timer. After a year, you may need to repalce all three parts as after time, the ice takes out other parts if they are not changed right away. You will need to make sure the unit is completely thawed out before replacing parts for optimum use. Call or email us for the part that you need and we'll be sure to get them to you right away! Hope this solves all your problems.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
Most of the time frost build up is from air entering the freezer. You could run your freezer continuously for days and it would not freeze everything up. You might have an air leak where the fill tube for the icemaker enters the freezer. Also check your gaskets all arounf and make sure the door is completely sealing.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
Check the thermostat , it could be out of calibration. Or check the defrost termination switch, located in freezer at the evaporator. This switch cancels defrost if freezer gets to warm.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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