Question about Frost Refrigerators
French style refrigerator. Developing frost in freezer
kindly make it sure there is fan is not working properly, if not then conatct to the technician for refill the refrigerant gas.
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Posted on Sep 15, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Remove food use dials to turn freezer off.Clean freezer with hot water. Remove grill on front bottom and empty drain pan. If pan is full check your seals by pulling a dollar bill through the edge. If you have a gap clean seal with soapy water and a soft brush (dish brush) dry and check the seal again. If it is still very easy to pull the bill through apply a small amount of silicone grease from the plumbing section of the hardware store. You will save on electricity doing this and more if you pull the frigdge out and vaccuun the coils with a brush attachment for your vaccum. Don't forget to set the tempature dials to midway to turn the frige back on. Adjust after a few hours one od the dials could have been bumped to a very cold setting. If it freezes up again with the ice in a few days have a tech look at it because the defrost timer or defrost heater are bad.
Posted on Aug 17, 2009
Lets go over the way a sealed system works. There is a highj side and a low side. The low side is the side that passes through the evaporator coils inside the machine. Most times on the freezer side only, but sub zero has independent sealed systems for each side. Once it goes throug the evaporator its then condensed into a liquid state, the high side. This is also the hot side. Well, lower pressures in the low side would logically mean lower temperatures. So for the refridgerator not to freeze more freon is used on it to keep the low side pressure higher than normal, giving the cooling effect verses freezing. So, and here is the bad part, if you are seeing ice build up in the refridgerator side you have a freon leak some where allowing the pressure to be less than required to keep it above freezing. Call a service technician and depending on how the model, sub zero warranty is parts and labor covered for the first 6, and only parts from the 6-12 year.
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Posted on Apr 30, 2012
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