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Woods upright freezer is working but want freez the contents even removing the ice built up at the bottom of the freezer in a small hole.

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SOURCE: Water does not drain from the Freezer during the defrost cycle

hi thanks for the question the drain hose goes to the underneath by the compressor thaw out the freezer and clean the drain hose this will solve the problem thanks the appliance doc

Posted on Sep 27, 2008

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SOURCE: Ice forming on pipes in back of freezer

you could have a freon leak allowing the pipes to freeze up

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: Ice forms on copper pipe under freezer off compressor

it sound like your unit has a bad sensor on it or a leak. you should never have to add refrigerant to a unit unless theres a leak then it has to be repaired firdt the recharged.

Posted on Jan 11, 2009

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SOURCE: Kenmore Upright freezer needs cleaning under bottom shelf

most of the sears freezers . lift up on the shelf that will unlock it then slide it left or right ( it may move a little hard ) that will unlock the other side , lift and remove ( one side at a time ) ... you will see its not that hard , its just hard to put it in words .....Please if this answer helped , please rate this 3 or 4 stars . and keep me in the paid answer department . A 1 or 2 may knock me down into the unpaid ranks. Thanks Cactus Bob

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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SOURCE: ICE BUILDUP ON BOTTOM OF FREEZER, DRAIN HOLE FROZEN

There is normally a small filiament of metal which is attached to the defrost element and conducts heat down the drainpipe preventing ice build up. You can pour some boiling water onto this area and even wriggle a piece of plastic tubing down the drain pipe to dislodge any blockage. For future prevention, you can attach a piece of copper wire around the defrost element (in the absence of the original filiament) and extend it down the drainpiple

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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Usually you can access a service panel to where the fan and evaporation department is.
I don't know about a wood but I did work on an upright not long a go and took some pics.
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See the drain hole below the fan on the floor there?
Thats what ya gotta clear. I use a shop vac myself but I let the freezer thaw all the way out , you could use a hair dryer to melt the ice.

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There is normally a small filiament of metal which is attached to the defrost element and conducts heat down the drainpipe preventing ice build up. You can pour some boiling water onto this area and even wriggle a piece of plastic tubing down the drain pipe to dislodge any blockage. For future prevention, you can attach a piece of copper wire around the defrost element (in the absence of the original filiament) and extend it down the drainpiple

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