Question about Frigidaire FRS26ZSG
I have a 8 year old side by side, the back coils in the freezer (bottom) keep freezing up and causing my refridgerator to go warm. I have used a hair dryer for 30 minutes to defrost the bottom coils, plut it back in and it starts to cool down my fridge side again. 5-7 days later I have to do it all again, I have done this at least 10 times in the past 2 months.
Your having a defrost promblem either the adc-auto defrost control board is bad or the defrost termination thermostat is bad or the heater is bad thats rare but does happen if you will open the refridgerator door and get me the model number off the serial plate on the toop of the compartment just look up when you open the door then let me see if it has an adc or timer i can reply and be more spefic about fixing your promblem hold my rating till we are done ok
Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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