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your light may be fused.

AEG Freezers | Answered on Mar 26, 2013


DURING THE TRANSPORTATION IT MUST HAVE BEEN LAYED ON ITS SIDE, NOW YOU NEED A QUALIFIED SERVICE TECH COME AND CHECK YOUR FREEZER SORRY

AEG Freezers | Answered on Sep 13, 2011


Hi.

The service manual for this unit is not available. From your description the problem is either the fan or the defrost system.

To test if fan has iced up you simply perform a complete defrost. If the fan restarts working, then it was blocked by ice. The damper fan motor rarely fails. For this reason you usually test other parts before going for the fan. The fan motor can be tested by energizing it directly (jumping its contacts), or by reading Ohms. A faulty temperature control can cause the fan not starting.

The problem is more commonly the defrost system. This part comprises the evaporator and it is located behing the freezer firewall. The function of the defrost system is preventing coils from freezing. When defrost system is defective you get no cooling and the compressor is usually quite busy most of the time.
In defrost system locate and replace the defrost thermostat. This is the part that most commonly fails. The thermostat can be tested reading Ohms at its terminals.

Here an example of the repair done on a different fridge: When the fridge is not cooling...

Regards.

Ginko.

AEG Freezers | Answered on Dec 29, 2010


dear sir/madam
please try to see on your freezer to any connecting parts or its batter you should contect to your product manufacture(sale shop) for further information they will give you further help because you have not its experience so please do not try to connect it. wait for sale shop maintenance personnel.


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AEG Freezers | Answered on Jul 16, 2010


When the automatic defrost system quits working frost builds up on the coils inside the freezer section and impedes airflow to the refrigerated section.
If this is the case the freezer section will begin to warm also.
You may end up having to replace a defrost timer.

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as per the problem which you mentioned there are two possibilities for this problem
i will explain
1) either the evaporator coil in the unit is the problem
or the 2) the defrost timer is faulty.
as per you the defrost timer is working. but that not clears that timer is working and in good condition. the timer should work on proper timing and off at proper timing .if the timer becomes short it will remain on for more then required and will remain off when actually required.
the evaporator coils never go bad or faulty mostly it only stops working if the over load of ice frost gets collected in between the coil and the evaporator fan due to things the coil actually does not get required hot and this makes freezer bit more cold and refrigerator very low cooling or may be hot. also the other air ventilations gets blocked due to evaporator coils stop working .to resolve this issue the only best option is to empty the fridge/freezer unit and unplug the unit from main power out let keep the door open of the unit and leave it for 24 hours this melts all the collected ice in the coil as well as in the air ventilation area. after that clean the inner area of unit with a dry cloth and then plug in the connection and turn the unit ON keeping the temperature at normal settings. then check out after two hours if the unit works proper the evaporator coil was the fault and that got cleared from the unit by defrosting .but if the proper is same as before after two hours when you check then its defrost timer faulty in the unit
now i will explain what is defrost timer .the defrost timer is the part which controls the cooling and defrosting in refrigerator .it actually spins as the coldness in the unit. after the temperature reaches to certain coolness it spins back wards and defrosts .if the defrost timer is faulty it will not spin properly and all cooling and defrosting system of the unit will get misaligned. if the timer gets faulty the cooling will reach till over frost and then the fan the coils in the unit will get blocked due to ice built-up and over current will be exerted by the unit to melt that ice. and in this melting ice procedure without defrost timer the unit stops completely .it can effect any section lower or upper or may be both. so the defrost timer at present needs replacement. its like a mini plastic box . color is mostly black or white or creamish . the cost of timer is near to $40.you can get it from
www.repairclinic.com
This will help. Thanks please keep updated.please do rate the solution positively .thank you for using fixya

AEG Freezers | Answered on Dec 16, 2009

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