Frost Refrigerators - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support

Auto defrost works by a low-powered heating element being switched on briefly by the thermostat at the end of each cooling cycle and melting the ice formed over the area of the evaporator. The water is then channeled and drains into a bowl mounted on the compressor where the heat from the hard-working electric motor and compressor vaporises it.

Assuming no wiring faults your problem is likely caused by either a faulty thermostat or a faulty heater.

Frost... | Answered on Oct 28, 2018

Defrost problem. One or more of your defrost components are bad. Heater, defrost thermostat, or timer / control n

Frost... | Answered on Oct 15, 2018

dear sir

kindly make it sure there is fan is not working properly, if not then conatct to the technician for refill the refrigerant gas.

hope answer the question

Frost... | Answered on Sep 15, 2018

The problem isn't necessarily the temperature because in most cases that should be ok at 4° C. If you use a conventional refrigerator incorrectly, you may notice a small amount of water leaking out from either the bottom of the appliance or collecting in the salad drawers depending on the model of your appliance. This is caused by blockage in the drainage hole at the back of the appliance above these drawers. The hole leads to the evaporation tray above the compressor. During the normal operation of the appliance, water runs down a gully into the hole. If food debris accidentally falls down the hole, this can fester and mold can form causing a blockage and possibly an odor. This blockage can also freeze and force any water back out of the hole and into the appliance. To clear the hole, firstly switch off the appliance. Use a cotton bud to clean the top of the hole. You can pour a small amount of water down the hole to assist you. However, many blockages can be much deeper. In this case you will need a flexible net curtain wire to reach down the hole and remove the blockage. Don't use anything that's sharp or isn't flexible when the hole is cleared. You can pour a small amount of mild sterilizing fluids such as Milton down into the hole to prevent further bacterial growth. I hope that helps but if you need further help or more information check here.

Frost... | Answered on Aug 23, 2018

door not sealing bad or worn seals or hinge or door left ajar

Frost... | Answered on Aug 23, 2018

Defrost is not working . Most common cause is the defrost thermostat not working.

Frost... | Answered on Aug 15, 2018

temp too cold and door seal not effective are 2 reason for this
48 F is too cold for wines (8.8 C) and continually opening and closing of the door allows humidity into the cabinet that results in frost and ice

Frost... | Answered on Aug 10, 2018

Most common problem is radiator under or behind unit is clogged with dust. Examine radiator first and if dusty, vacuum it as clean as possible and recheck.

Frost... | Answered on Jun 07, 2018

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