Question about Amana ABB1922FEW (186 cu ft) Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Ice build up on the freezer coil ("evaporator coil" ) shouldn't happen - frost yes, ice no. The evaporator coil is only visible if you remove the back inside wall of the freezer (where exactly are you seeing the ice build up?). Going further with the frost - the defrost circuit activates for about 20 minutes every 8 hours (if memory serves me correct), so frost should be very thin on the fins of the coil.
Having -10 F is not a bad temperature for a freezer. Fresh foods should be about 34 degrees F.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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