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My freezer can you help me my freezer is 12 months old and it has stopped working it still runs but all my stuff was defrosting

Posted by murry72 on Nov 29, 2007

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Freezer Troubleshooting – What to Check Before You ... as well as to ensure the freezer runs more ... If it is a self-defrosting freezer and ice has built up on ...
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SOLVED: My freezer stop freezing - Refrigerator - iFixit

My freezer stop freezing. ... please help! I can't afford to purchase a new one and we are tired of "Camping" in our house!! ... Our freezer stopped working recently.
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After throwing a thermometer in my freezer, ... Freezer is cold but not freezing at all. ... Make sure the condenser fan is working, ...
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Frigidaire freezer runs a lot. Located in garage. In summer runs almost non-stop. Currently outside temps are below 0 deg F and freezer still cyles frequently. Have replace the freezer tstat. Defrost coil does not ice up, defrost elemen is good, and can cause defrost tstat to open/close. Seems like defrost timer could be stuck in ON mode causing freezer to defrost every time defrost tstat closes and stop when defrost tstat opens, repeating this cycle continually. Food remains frozen. Is it logical defrost timer is the cause?

Yup, these timers have a tiny clock motor that can get lint on them, causing motor failure, should be simple replacement. Refrigerators in cold garages run more to regulate their temperature below 45 degrees.
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Ffu20fc6aw4 Freezer runs too much. Located in garage. Runs almost non-stop in summer; 0 degF here & still cycles often. Defrost coil does not ice up, defrost element OK, defrost tstat will open & close. Have replace freezer tstat. Seems like it could be the defrost timer stuck in ON position, causing unit to defrost every time defrost tstat closes. Food stays frozen & temp stays around 0 deg F in freezer. Is it logical defrost timer could be the problem.

How old is your model you have. a weak pump will make the system slower to get to temp even a broken seal can do this. even just a few mil gap can make it do this. if you close the door then re-open it it should be harder to open the door. this is the seal being nice and tight to its fittings.
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Freezer won't start after defrost cycle

It might be the timer motor, if it doesn't run. neither does the timer. Easily replaceable and cheap. good luck. John
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Quit staying cold

Hi, TV is no problem and will have no effect... This tip will help you see what has happened with your unit.. heatman101
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My freezer can you help me my freezer is 12 months old and it has stopped working it still runs but all my stuff was defrosting

Is there a temp control on this unit ?if so check the setting .if not and it is on and running but not cooling ,you have a bigger problem ,freon leak or other ,good luck
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True Freezer T49f Fans do not turn off when doors open, and compressor only stops running during defrost mode.

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I have a Kenmore upright freezer-model LFFH2067DW2 -the red light has been on for at least 12 hours and the freezer is defrosting-water is leaking on the floor-there is a vent insidethe freezer and the metal above it is hot-I assume this is part of the defrost feture. The manual does not tell if this is normal or how long it takes to defrost the freezer or how to stop water from running on the floor--the freezer is blowing cold air at times--how do I stop the water on the floor and is this normal defrost?

Hi,I was made aware of your concern and would like to offer a few ideas you may want to consider. Water dripping down is not a leak during defrost condition as this would be the ice melting. Normally, there would be a drain hose specifically to channel the melted ice/water to a drainage system. The amount of water would then be proportional to the amount of ice melting as with the length of time to completely melt, drain away.Perhaps you could check the filter/drain screen as well as the drain opening for any blockage/clogging. You could also try checking the same on the drain hose as well as for possible kinks. Additionally, there would be a sensor behind a boxy cover that triggers the system back into operation. If there is still melted ice/water inside the freezer, then the sensor would prevent the unit from turning on completely. You may want to check this sensor and verify that it is dry.An exploded parts diagram would help you identify/locate the above mentioned parts.Good luck and thank you for using FixYa.
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I would think that the reason the red power wire melted, was because of high amperage, not getting wet. After you replaced it the condenser fan came on, but did the compressor? It may have went out before and that's what caused the bad wire. If you have a volt/ohm meter I can help you check it out.
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Maytag Freezer my upright freezer door of my Maytag/MagicChef 11.8 cu ft CFU1236GRW freezer is leaking at the bottom. There are two pressure floating buttons at the base of the door in the middle, if I press on them, water runs out. We have defrosted the freezer again but the water continues to come out of the base of the door. The freezer seems to run fine. Since it is not frost free, it does need to be defrosted a few times a year. How do we get this leaking to stop. We have to keep pans at the base of the door to keep the rug from getting wet. Thanks

Sounds like you need a new door gasket
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