Avantco Refrigeration Freezers - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support


Sounds like you have a plugged drain tube. You can look in the back in the compressor compartment and look for a hose about the size of a chapstick. try a turkey baster to push air or water in it , or a small wire to clear the blockage.
Always disconnect power before attempting to repair any electrical appliance

Avantco... | Answered on Oct 23, 2017


Clicking sound is overheat at the compressor. There is a device called a Clixon that is cutting and restarting. Remove covers and clean the condenser grill with a vacuum cleaner and brush.

Freezers | Answered on Oct 18, 2020


these units are usually set up to have the beater rotate in a clockwise direction facing front. If they get stuck, it is usually due to excessive wear or the hexed end has been lubed and has created a suction seal in it's counter part. Try rotating the beater in a counter clockwise direction while holding the drive wheel pulley stationary. Be sure to unplug unit first. this has worked for me in the past but can be very difficult at times.

Freezers | Answered on Oct 09, 2020


Too high of water pressure letting in more water then it can drain off. Try turning down the water first

Freezers | Answered on Sep 28, 2020


either a t-stat issue or if it does not run for more than a few seconds, your compressor is done for.

Freezers | Answered on Sep 15, 2020


I Need two panels replaced on my Walkin Cooler, is there anyone that cacn give me a quote/price for this repair

Freezers | Answered on Sep 13, 2020


Could anybody please tell me what the colored bottons for this freezer mean. I just got one second hand, plugged it in and there is a red light on. There is also a botton with an S and a circle with a line. I'm guessing that might be on botton but I don't know for sure. It hanks to anyone willing to help!! :)

Freezers | Answered on Sep 09, 2020


Could you comment below with more detailed photos of the back of the orange switch and any other bits with it. If the switch isn't broken It might just 'click' back in. I don't know without better images.

Freezers | Answered on Aug 25, 2020


There are video's on google that have trouble shooting for Igloo ice maker types and for the Igloo ice company and YouTube.

Freezers | Answered on Aug 05, 2020


Question posted under freezers but appears to be Ameriwood Industries furniture.

If you can identify the model number, you can download a free manual from Ameriwood Industries, which has a contact phone number to call for another model if that is different model furniture.

Example with telephone number:

https://www.ameriwoodhome.com/eng/AmeriwoodFiles/ProductDocuments/AmeriwoodFiles/ProductDocuments/19452_B345531309KP00%20instruction%20manual.pdf

https://www.ameriwoodhome.com/eng/instructions

Freezers | Answered on Jul 01, 2020


Hi I have the same problem,
did you get an answer to your question..?

Freezers | Answered on Jun 15, 2020


Control board has gone bad....

What happens is the defrost is controlled electronically from a circuit board, when this goes bad, the freezer quits defrosting, and freezes the fans that circulate air through the fridge side of things.

To check this, unplug the entire fridge, leave the freezer open, wait for it to defrost a bit, if this causes the fridge to start cooling again when you plug it back in, then its the defrost. You should also see ice crystals on the back of the freezer just under the icemaker.

http://forums.partselect.com/refrigerator-freezer-repair/rerifgerator-side-not-below-54-degrees-6699.html

Freezers | Answered on Jun 15, 2020

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