Question about Sanyo SR-9510W Refrigerator
The model number of the fridge is a Sanyo SR-9510W. After the last 2 times I defrosted it:
- items placed in the freezer quickly develop a layer of frost, that gets thicker quickly with time. It's a significant amount of frost, more like a layer of snow, that did not form on freezer items previously.
- the freezer compartment itself develops a thick layer of ice very quickly, such that it needs to be defrosted again after about 2-3 weeks
- the outside of the freezer compartment develops a lot of condensation, such that a significant volume water drips onto the items in the refrigerator
I've tried using higher and lower temperature settings, but the first time this happened I did not change the temperature setting from the time before (before this problem occurred).
Thanks for any help or advice.
Could be that it is not getting a good seal when the door is shut. Check for obstructions causing that and check the door seal to see if it needs to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 13, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Frost in Freezer
it is a defrost problem,could 1 freezer fan not working2defrost heater in freezer not working3 defrost sensor in freezer not working and 4 defrost timer not working,if you have a volt meter you can check to find out which one it is,the easyest is to just look in the freezer and see if the fan is running to move the cold air,you might have to hold the freezer door button in to check it,let me know what you find-mike
Posted on Nov 12, 2008
In my case, this happens when the drawer does not seal properly. If I am aware of this, I don not have the snow build up. My problem is why the drawer doesn't always close properly, and it is inconsistent. There is no adjustment. Anyway, if the drawer seal is the slightest bit open, snow-like frost will build up in freezer. Mine is a GE pds20mcrbb
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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