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Make up a way to blow warm air from the condenser over the glass and your frost problem will disappear! The higher the temperature of the air - the more moisture it can absorb. The reason you are having the problem is that you are cooling moisture laden air and it has to give up the moisture as you cool it. So run some warm air over it and it will absorb the moisture for you = problem gone.

koolman77 (refrigeration technician)

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Request the diagrams directly from Igloo.

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Frostless freezers will go into a defrost cycle periodically and the frost that accumulates in the freezer section melts and runs into a pan under the refrigerator section, through a drain hose. If this hose clogs with crud (common) the melt water can't drain and leaks into refrigerator section (or it was designed this way so as to prevent refreezing.) As the drain is clogged, thd water builds up until it overflows to floor level.

You need to locate the drain in bottom of the refrigerator section (usually near the back where its hidden from view) and clear it out. (Use care as its usually only a vinly hose and can be punctured or slipped off its connection).

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will need to sand down to metal no rust then primer then repaint --or spray or wire on a rust away product most auto or home stores carry it

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P1 is usually the code for a temperature probe error - the refrigeration should now operate on a time cycle until the temp probe is replaced

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Need a little more info, but it should have a removable container that hold the ice. That comes out. If it is too jammed up with ice to move it, you will have to carefully chip away at some of it, or let it thaw. Once you are able, take the container out and empty it completely dry it out. If that doesn't do it, there is a problem with the mechanism.

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short -seized--thermal safety fail electrical circuit problem

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Depends on the settings you set the frig and freezer to , as soon the settings are reached it should shut off, anything longer than a few hours points to a fault.

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make model remove freezer drawer

impossible to guess what you have.

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Defrost and switch power after 24 hours

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Have you reset the icemaker? Usually there's a lever or switch that you have press to reset it. You did not post the make/model of your fridge so it's difficult to say which reset device you have.

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I could not locate a Whirlpool manual, but found the contact information for you to speak to Whirlpool and request assistance.

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before you spend a lot defrost/ unplug. lets the ice in the crossovers melt. plug it back in and see what you get.


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Usually, this is caused by a stuck or bad evaporator fan. There are several other possible causes. The first thing that comes to mind is low freon.

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The model # is actually MFI and not MF1. The part for the bypass plug will be 12664501SP. Most people do not know what it is when they get their new fridge and throw it in a junk drawer! Look around as you probably have it somewhere.

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i don't know. a quick temporary fix would be to use a timer
[ rated strong enough ] to turn the power off and on for a while every so many hours.

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suspect it needs freon added and if not equipped with the fitting then only a pro can do it

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Same as if you were disinfecting any water-using appliance. Mix 1/2 oz of Clorox Bleach with one gallon of water and let this mixture soak for a period of time. If your are seeing mold in the location you mentioned, theres probably mold everywhere else as well.

Personally. I would increase to amount of bleach and make certain the mixture get into every nook and cranny.

Make absolutely certain that you rinse it out well afterwards.

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