Question about Whirlpool GB2SHDXP Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
The back part of the freezer is icing up and the ref is not staying cool. After I deice the back part of the freezer the ref returns to cooling. How do I keep the back part of the freezer from building up w/ice. This has happened three times in the last month.
Hi. Sounds like you have a faulty defrost timer, or adaptive defrost control board. The defrost mechanism will vary form unit to unit. Most newer units will be equipped with a defrost control board. This will be located in the control housing, just above the heat shield, in the upper right had side(refrigerator section). Older models will have a standard defrost timer mechanism. If this device fails, the evaporator heater Assembly will not receive the command to defrost the coil, on time(This will block airflow and jam the evaporator fan blades). The easiest way to isolate the cause, will be to test the heater element. If the element is functional, the defrost timer/board, will be the culprit.
Posted on Jul 18, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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