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The temperature in our freezer and fridge are climbing

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  • monster_tech May 11, 2010

    Check for frost build up on rear inside wall of freezer, if so then defrost heater is more than likely defective. Advise and let me know.

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Check for frost build up and rear inside wall of freezer. If so you possibly have a defective defrost heater.

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