Frost Refrigerators - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support


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


Your question is ..............

Frost... | Answered on Apr 18, 2018


There is on on the freezer side and another on the fridge side..

Frost... | Answered on Apr 13, 2018


That model number refers to a dehumifier made by Freidrich. this is the refridgerator section. For a dehumidifier to work right the temp in the room needs to be 65 degrees or better. The machine is designed for use in temps over 65. A freezer or Fridge will do the same thing if used in a cold area. It works by cooling the coils to close to freezing in normal temps, but when it is colder than 60, the evaporator may cool below freezing temp of water and the condensate will then freeze on the coils.

Frost... | Answered on Jan 03, 2018


Whats the model number? side by side or top freezer? most fridges have a drain in the bottom that drains into a pan under the fridge. This is where the ice goes that the no frost function makes to evaporate into your room. If the drain is plugged, it will pool up. Is the ice maker leaking? Do you live where the humidity is super high? Opening and closing the door alot will let warm moist air in. I doubt that is the problem though. More likely a plugged defrost drain

Frost... | Answered on Jan 03, 2018


With appliances (and other hardware) it is helpful to identify the brand and model. If you have a user's manual, use it to locate the drain tube. Depending upon brand and model, the drain hole may be located at the back of the unit, along the floor of the freezer, or under the fruit and vegtable bins. Such freezing may be related to a variety of causes, including dust on the condensor coils. Then again, if it has a drain heater, that device might be defective. Or, what is called a drain strap might be out of place. So, find a user's manual. Google the brand and model and the words "user guide" and see if you can find a manual for it. That should allow you to find the drain hole.

Frost... | Answered on Dec 19, 2017

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