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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would expect at the very least a heater circuit around the freezer door. Some of the commercial units also have sprung doors to keep the doors firmly shut which you could check by opening the doors. Door heater circuits are normally very reliable and it would be worth checking the voltage is getting to them, they are also a pain to change out. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 26, 2007
if the door seals are both ok, check and see if she has any open containers in the fridge juice ect that may be allowing moisture to escape. a model number and serial nuber off the sticker in the fridge would help me with more ideas.
Posted on Sep 26, 2007
SOURCE: UPRIGHT FREEZER
Some units have a selector switch that says; reduce moisture/save energy. If you have this its obvious what to do. If you don't have one or are getting condensation anyway, check the door gasket. Make sure its getting a proper seal. The outside air has water in, aka, humidity. If the unit sucks air from outside, as it cools it will condense and make dropletts accumulate on the top. The drainage from the defrost may also be seeping in and cause the water too. Especially if its on the bottom. It may have a clogged drain line.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
SOURCE: Hi...need help...subzero 550
Make sure the condensor is clean, blow some Air though the Condensor to make sure good Air flow towards Compressors. also, you might have a bad defrost timer or Freezer Control... worst case you might have a bad Compressor... hope I can help....
Posted on Apr 15, 2008
I'm sorry we must have got disconnected somehow, like I said the problem is going to be with the defrost system or the evaporator motor from the limited information you gave me...hope your problem was resolved. Thanks! Mike
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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