Question about GE 16.7 cu. ft. / 473 liter Upright Freezer FUF17DMRWH
Check the door is closing tight first,,if it is try turning the thermostat down a bit more,,if that dont work you may need a new thermostat fitted and maybe even a re-gas and a new compressor
how old is the freezer???
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
Sounds like the system is low on freon. The other common problem is a dirty condenser. Insure the condenser is clean, if it is. You will need to charge the system with freon. Which only a qualified refrigeration tech should do.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Having the door open has introduced an excess of humidity and therefore condensate/ice into the freezer coils. The coils are therefore iced over. You have choices depending upon your skill level. You might: allow the unit to sit unplugged with the door open until the excess ice thaws out and wets the floor underneath, which may take from 6 to 24 hours. You might: do this, adding some heat source in the freezer to accelerate the process. You might: locate the defrot timer, advancing the timer until a click is heard indicating the unit is in defrost, and repeat after about 15 minutes to defrost the unit with it's own heater. You might: let it recover just as it is but it will take a couple of days to clear itself.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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Normally it is recommended to set your Frigidaire upright freezer to zero degrees. It is your option to make it cooler if you choose too. I hope this information has been helpful. -Matt
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