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18 cu. ft. Haier refrigerator/freezer - freezer is freezing but air vents to the refrigerator are completely freezing shut, thus the refrigerator is not cooling.

Installed a new gasket around the freezer door. Still appears to not be sealing right near the top of the freezer door. Still appears to not be sealing right near the top of the freezer door. Food on the bottom of the freezer is freezing, but there is unfrozen water on the ceiling of the freezer. Please help

Posted by Norma Champion on

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: Refrig door gasket does not prevent gap when door is closed

Lift up the gasket and look for screws securing the gasket to the door.
Loosen all of these screws a few turns and twist the door in the direction needed to seal.
Hold the door in this position as you tighten the screws.
This can be tricky and sometimes requires multiple efforts.

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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John Tripp

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SOURCE: freezer runs constantly. food freezes in bottom

I see this happen a lot on these models. The defrost control board is part of four operations. If you changed the Defrost control board then one of the two thermostats is not responding to changes in temperature settings. For freezer if turning the thermostat warmer should cause the compressor not to run as much and open the damper and regulate. If the only place the thermostat setting is placed to off and it responds only to off I would believe that thermostat is the reason. I believe you are on the right track to repair but if you have a look at the wiring diagram you see the connection and point I'm trying to make here. Let me place the diagram and send you a link shortly, Thanks, Sea Breeze

Posted on Feb 20, 2010

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geoff hunter

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SOURCE: Kenmore upright freezer, about 16 cu ft. Buildup

symptoms you are describing are faulty door seals, try putting a thin piece of paper between door and frame to make sure doors are sealing,also when did you do a full manual defrost??(once a year even with auto defrost)

Posted on Apr 07, 2010

Russ South

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SOURCE: 20 cu ft freezer top

Gas is low, also check for air flow obstruction, this may fix it,,also seals at the base of the door....Russ

Posted on Aug 23, 2011

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  • Step 4 Tighten the screws into place. This may have to be done once the entire gasket is fitted into place.

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