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My Whirlpool freezer keeps freezing up inside at the back. I have to manually defrost it every other day. I have had it checked twice and have been told that the defrost timer and the heater are both working fine. What else could be making it freeze up?

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Kindly arrange to check whether the refrigerant is charged properly or not (Overcharged in your case ) or may b an malfunction of expansion valve hope it helps

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