Question about Refrigerators
Evaporator is tupe Frost.
If there is frost on tube going to compressor, either there is to much charge gas if recently recharged or the freezer is not defrosting as it should and needs to repaired. This usually follows with the freezer not freezing food correctly. If so the defrost timer or defrost heater coils are at fault. The timer is under the unit, the heater coils are attached to the freezer section evaporator coils which heat during the defrost cycle to thaw out the coils completely. Unplug the unit and let it defrost completely and the plug it in and see if the problem returns in the first day. If not, but returns after a day or two, then the problem is in the defrost circuit. This is not hard to figure out if you can use a volt ohm meter, but should be done by a technician since getting into the panels can be tricky....
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
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