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CAN'T GET EVAPORATOR FAN TO COME ON & TEMPERTURE TO DROP.

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Several possibilities. The fan won't come on until the coil inside the box on top of the freezer gets down to about 0 degrees. It also will not come on if the door is open. It sometimes takes 10 to 15 minutes to come on. If you are low on refrigerant (freon) the coil will not get cold enough to come on at all. Feel the coil on the outside of the freezer on top and see if it is very warm to the touch. If not you are probably low on refrigerant. If you have the electronic control system, it may not be sending the signal to the fans after a defrost cycle. If possible, put gauges on the valves to check your freon charge. If this unit has not been operational in a while, you might try flipping the top cover off the coils and turn the fans by hand a couple of revolutions. I have had them to seize up from not being used. The fans should turn freely.

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