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If it is a frost free freezer it could be the thermostat has a fault that has left the defrost heating panel switched on.

If the freezer is otherwise working correctly the refrigeration system will be trying to remove the heat from inside to the outside and so the compressor will be running continuously and the condenser will be quite hot.
If the condenser isn't hot it is likely the compressor is broken or the refrigerant has escaped...

Refrigerators | Answered 15 hours ago


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Refrigerators | Answered 19 hours ago


Did you get answer? I get same issue.

Daewoo... | Answered 22 hours ago


Firstly open the back of the refrigerator's back and check the refrigerator evaporator to excess the fan if there is fan cover present remove it with the screwdrivers. Then unplug the fan from the refrigerator with the help of tools like screwdrivers, and 1 thing to keep in mind to remove all the connections before removing.

Maytag... | Answered Yesterday


Possibly evaporator fan not working or defrost problem.

AEG... | Answered 2 days ago


CALL A LOCAL REPAIR SERVICE THIS TYPE PROBLEM NEEDS PROFESSIONAL HELP

Refrigerators | Answered on May 26, 2020


Overheating is the reason behind this. or compressor runs out of gas. check the compressor coil.

Refrigerators | Answered on May 26, 2020


I fixed it. ER FF is "Error Freezer Fan." Once the evaporator fan stops turning for more than 115 seconds, this error message will be displayed. This fridge is poorly designed and is not designed with air gaps or enough air gaps to allow air behind the back panel of the freezer where the fans and condenser coils are located thus causing ice to build up around the fan and it's ability to spin. The evaporator fan helps cirulate the cold air generated by the condenser coils.

The fix is (1) defrost your refrigerator which means you'll loose all your food if you don't have another unit to keep the food in until it's done defrosting or (2) to dismantle the entire freezer by removing all the trays and railing so that you can pull the back panel far enough to get the front end of a hair dryer over the top lip of the panel to melt the ice. My unit had ice build at the top right and left corners behind the panel. I opted for the latter and didn't have to throw any food away.

This is going to be an annual chore if I want to keep this refrigerator. We should all ban together and call for a recall.

Kenmore 73502 /... | Answered on May 25, 2020


THEY HAVE WHAT IS CALLED AND AIR DAMPER MOTOR THAT CONTROLS AIR FLOW FROM THE FREEZER SOME ARE NOT REPLACEABLE DUE TO THE WAY THEY ARE WIRED

Refrigerators | Answered on May 23, 2020


sometimes the water line in the back wall of freezer will freeze up so the water will not run into ice tray try using a hair dryer to heat the back wall long enough to thaw it out then turn freezer control down some..

GE Refrigerators | Answered on May 23, 2020


plastic bin in the freezer.

Refrigerators | Answered on May 23, 2020


If it is a freezer, it should reach at least 0 degrees before turning off. I sounds like a thermostat issue. I would look at that first since it is set on it's highest setting and not shutting down.
Thanks

Turbo Air... | Answered on May 22, 2020


sometimes the evap has a copper tube that the sensing buld goes into and is very hard to find. The operations manual (found on Parts Town.Com) does not mention it but I have had experiences where you really have to look hard as the hole is less than a quarter of an inch and is sometimes covered with a putty similar to plumbers putty.

True... | Answered on May 22, 2020

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