Question about Refrigerators
Poss answer is drain hole/vent blocked,as unit auto defrosts water/vapour collects at bottom and when unit swiches back on it freezes,poke out drain with thin wire with a small piece of cloth dipped in clorine bleach or blow out with air hose.do not use hot water to manually defrost/ clean drain holes every 6 months
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
This sounds as though the defrost timer is not working. The evaporator has to much frost or ice on it and is not allowing the air to circulate through the freezer. This can be caused by not defrosting or the drain is plugged causing the melted frost to refreez. Check both of these. Also check and clear the air duct that goes to the fridge side. Clear the ice from it also if need be.
Let me know if this helps.
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