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well yes and no , defrosting it will temporally make it work , but main problem is there isn't proper air flow over evaporator coils id clean them with soap and water while defrosting out unit , if low airflow is allowed to continue then refrigerant gas will build to high press and escape and render unit a total replacement
OK, you will need to replace the "defrost thermostat" that is located on the coils in the freezer. Here is the part to order. If that was the problem before, the repair tech sold you a part you didn't need. I can't stand service techs that do that! Anyways, keep me posted.
1.I think you might have a thermostat problem it is over cooling the system and doesn't shut off when it is suppose to. Replace the thermostat 2.If the door seal is broken or the door is not closed shut with the seal magnet nice and tight against the fridge it will form ice inside the fridge as well. Replace the door seal. (this is very common with old fridges)
you have a problem with your defrost system, unplug appliance - remove panel from back of freezer, test defrost heater, if heater good test defrost thermostat - replace bad part....if this is too technical call a repair guy...should cost between $120 - $200 to fix depending on which part is bad.
Replace your heater and thermostat behind the back wall of the freezer. the air will not flow from the freezer to the fridge because of all the forming ice. Also replace the defrost timer. take your model number into a local parts store and they can get you the parts. This is very common!!!!! But pretty easy to do.
Hi the thermostat could be the cause of your problem but check the temp of the compressor put your hand on it and it should be about room temp any hotter and this needs replacing also look on the pipes at back where they run on the outside check as much as you can and see if it has any frost on any of these pipes. As its forming on one side then it might not be thermo but check compressor first and make sure its not running hot ok then get back to us