I found that all food stored in fridge are iced.
I try to turn off the refrigerator for about 4 hours and then turn on it ,
and the it no problem working for about 1 week.
If I turn off for about 10 minute and turn on it, the problem was come. (All
food are iced).
Please help me to fix it.
What do you mean by "all food are iced"? Coated with ice? Frozen? What?
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Make sure that the food in the freezer is not blocking the vent that
allows cold air to enter the freezer section. Our refer was icing food
and we found that we had stacked enough food in front of the freezer
vent that it was blocking the air flow and forcing it down into the
or multiples of 4 or 6. They are usually easily accessible from the
outside and have a screwdriver slot so they can be manually turned on
and off. Find it. Check the slot and check it again in an hour and
see if it has moved. Most of the ones I've seen are behind a grill
air vent on the bottom of the cabinet.
They run on clock motors and actuate micro switches. Turns off the
compressor for a time period and usually turns on some heaters to
break up ice and allow it to drain into an evaporation pan.
Other possibilities are defective heaters or a fan not working - but
check the defrost timer they go bad often enough.
Really good (expensive - large) refers use a solenoid valve on the
refrigerant line that turns the refer into a heat pump for a time
reversing the condensing and evaporation lines. does the defrosting
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