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Freezer keeps frosting up real fast.

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  • Anonymous Nov 24, 2007

    my kenmore side by side refuses to operate on the food side. freezer works fine. i unplug it works fine for two days. i dissassembled condenser fins entirely, thawed with blow dryer. restarted. door panel reads normal, but upon 5 minutes condenser fins begin to freeze and form ice at an alarming rate.

  • Anonymous Nov 26, 2007

    my bootom freezer keeps frosting up even after I let it thaw for two days.

  • fridge hothe Jun 16, 2008

    My Haier (provided as cheap substitute for real refrigerator by landlord) top freezer ices up within days, encasing latch and door "hinges" (two small pegs fitting into two small holes on frame). Supposedly there is a "pushbutton defroster" feature for the freezer, but I can't find the button or make it work. Real problem is NO GASKET inside freezer door, no insulation along rear of freezer. Unbelievably poor design/construction.

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I have a Maytag Model# MSD2758GEW Side by Side Fridge. The coil keeps freezing up. I had the repairman out who replaced several components but insisted the problem was not low freon. The problem was never fixed & now it's not in warranty. Now it only takes 24 hours to freeze up. I have to remove the cover plate and defrost with a hair dryer. What can I do. The fridge is only 3 years old and I paid 1800.00 for it.

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Well, the defrosting system is crapped out. Check defrost timer, defrost heater, and defrost thermostat to locate faulty component. Read more about diagnosing defrost system failures.

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  • Anonymous May 10, 2006

    A fried evaporator fan motor can cause this problem, too. Usually accompanied by a warming-up beer compartment

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It sounds like maybe the defrost thermocouple may be bad. Your thermostat does not have a signal to stop cooling.

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If the above components are checked, press the door closed switch and take note if the fan is running. also check that if the door is closed that there is correct movement on the door switch to enable fan to run. 

Posted on Oct 12, 2007

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