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Freezer problem My upright freezer is very warm to the touch on the outside walls. Freezing alright and don't see any water on the floor. Is this normal?

Posted by pat booth on Jun 08, 2007

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Kenmore freezer peeing on my floor


if the door was not closed correctly for a while then a lot of condensation will be accumulated on the freezer coils.  then when going into defrost it melts this ice/frost and overflows the pan or container under the machine which relies on evaporation to dispel  of the water. empty the pan under the refrigerator if you can, then give it another day, it will get back to normal. if you already checked this and think it is a different problem then let me know, i will help you figure it out.  Mike  
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Condensation on base of Hotpoint R134a upright freezer


Sounds as tho you have an insulation breakdown. no repair except to refoam - and that is difficult to do
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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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Freezer problem My upright freezer is very warm to the touch on the outside walls. Freezing alright and don't see any water on the floor. Is this normal?


If you don't hear it running for extended periods of time (more than 15 minutes) without stopping, and if it does not immediately re-start once it does stop, and if it is extremely hot climate outside (85 F and above), then yes, this is acceptable.
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Oil and water on floor near upright freezer


Possible you have a sealed system problem, although you state it is working now. Maybe an overflow from drain pan is why there is water again.
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I have a sears upright frost-free freezer, manufactured in July 2003, model # 253.23024101 which I purchased new. For the last couple of years, about every three months it accumulates about a 1/4 inch of ice on the inside floor of the freezer, and over the drain line to the evaporator tray underneath, and water then leaks onto the floor. On April 15, 2009 I replaced the defrost thermostat and the defrost heating element and the problem still persists. I also checked the drain line to the evaporator tray underneath the freezer. When it leaks onto the floor, I have been chipping the ice away and using a hair dryer to remove the ice that develops in the drain line and then pour a cup of water down the unfrozen drain line and the freezer is fine again for a couple of months. Any ideas?


Make sure that the fridge is level. If the drain pitch is not sufficient, this will happen. The solution is cheap too!
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My Frigidaire upright freezer is only 4 years old & isn't working


Freezers have safety devices to protect themselves. The compressor has an internal overload to keep it from overheating. some have external reset buttons and some do not. either way the cause must be corrected. if the freezer was low on refrigerant you would see signs of oil near the coils, tubing, or compressor. If there is no leak, it overheats when there is airflow restrictions(dirty coils) or a fan has stopped working. only a few screws keep you from seeing all there is to see. If it is clean and the fan is running, then the compressor may just be the culprit
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Defaults to 0 deg. temp


I would be more worried about constant power disruptions
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Kenmore upright freezer


1)forget about the key you'll be disposing of this unit anyway 2)the alarm is to tell you that the unit is above ideal temp. 3)the unit isn't making temp due to refrigeration issue. if it isn't cold enough on 3 then 1 won't do it either.
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