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What is the standard defrost timer control setting


Usually every 6 hours will keep the evaporator coil clear of frost. I set the time at 45 minutes per defrost. This unit has a defrost termination control that kicks it out of defrost when the coil reaches a certain temperature. The defrost timer is only a backup if the defrost control fails.

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How to fix a bad defrost control timer frigidaire ffu14fk1cw


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I understand you want to know how to fix a bad defrost control timer on your Frigidaire freezer, model# FFU14FK1CW. Typically, this is not a do it yourself repair, as there are no step by step instruction manuals. I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They have been trained on your appliance and should be able to fix the defrost control timer with ease. Hope this is helpful.

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Not receiving 120 volt control to contactor to start compressor. Believe the problem to be the OEM Solutions MT 300-6 Staging Delay Timer (Hussmann Custom Part). I called their parts department and they...


Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.

just take the Delay timer out of the circuit. so you will be running from the thermostat control relay direct to the compressor... or put in another style thermostat control to the compressor

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Changed thermostat worked 4/5 days and defrosts again


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Have a Westinghouse 'Silhouette' Frost Free 415


The reason your "freezing up in the freezer" is your unit is not automatically defrosting. That part you describe is your defrost control, or at least A defrost control. You said while cleaning the back, safe to assume you meant the outside back of the cabinet? Look for a square plug, either black or white, with the same 3-1plug as the defrost control. But, I doubt that is your current defrost control, maybe the original, but the unit cannot run without the defrost control plugged in. Now, your current defrost control maybe defunct, or your defrost heater element, or bi metal thermostat, the latter two are located in the freezer, one at the top, the other at the bottom of the evaporator coil. Test the continuity through both of these parts, the bi metal t stat at top of evaporator needs to be tested while it is cold. Disconnect one end of the heater element to test its continuity. If both of these test ok, replace your defrost control.

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Hi my westinghouse freezer keeps turning itself off. there is a glowing red button and everything just defrosts and then it will turn itself on again, randomly. It is a freestyle 380litre with a 6 hour...


Freezers need a defrost timer to turn it off for short durations so that the coils are not so covered in ice that it can't transfer heat.  Make sure that you don't use an under-rated extension cord.  Check for any fans that may be blocked from turning.

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Frosting up around condensor etc , and the warning light on.


Are you frosting up at the condensor or did you mean the evaporator? If its the condensor then make sure the coils are clean. Still then you will need a tech to look at the seale system. If its the evaporator and the heater is ok then it could be the timer or the terminator on the compressor. Most of the time its the timer.

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