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your cooling matchine get damaged,there having a cooling matchine.

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Mar 19, 2017


needs new fan
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Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Mar 02, 2017


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Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Mar 02, 2017


overload relay or bad compressor

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Mar 02, 2017


look on back wall of freezer if there is frost build up you have a defrost problem can be defrost heater defrost control board or bi-metal is open and not tuning heater on if no frost you may have low freon problem this can cost check first part of this post 90 % of the time its a defrost issue

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Mar 02, 2017


Evaporator fan motor is not running, most likely the motor itself but it may not be getting power.

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Mar 15, 2015


Hello;

My name is Peter. I am a retired field service refrigeration technician.

You did not provide a model number, so I can only advise in general terms.

The basic operation of a combo freezer/fresh food section unit are the same.

Generally, the fresh food section does not have a independent cooling source. It gets its cooling from the freezer section. There is a air damper from the freezer to the fresh food section. This air damper is controlled by a thermostat. I suspect that either the thermostat is bad or the damper. Your air damper is wide open.

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Feb 15, 2015


Try clearing all vents - inside (make sure vents not covered - in fridge and freezer) and outside (gently vacuum - the coil areas in the back and bottom of fridge)

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Sep 21, 2014


Is it just the freezer section? Open the freezer door for a minute and then, without shutting it, press the button on the inside that makes the light go out. The fan at the back at the top of the freezer should start whirring. This circulates the freezing air. If it doesn't start then that's your problem as the freezing air isn't getting to the top of the freezer. It's simple enough to replace. Buy a new part (30 pounds?) and replace from the inside by removing the back panels to the freezer. Turn the freezer off and unplug first though, obviously! Hope this helps.

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Jun 17, 2014


Probably the drain line from the freezer is clogged with debris or it is frozen. Empty the freezer and shut it off and defrost the line and check the drain line for proper flow.

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Mar 30, 2014


It was the fan at the top of the freezer that had stopped working after 3 years, therefore the freezing air wasn't getting to the top of the freezer. From the inside, unscrew light unit and unclip, pop out two circular discs at top and unscrew one screw. Unscrew 2 more screws and prise the back panel off. (Arrows mark the clips). Pull off fan, take out motor, replace (keeping rubber bits) and push back fan with a bit of nail varnish on spindle. Put everything back together. Turn on, depress door light switch and after 30 seconds fan should rotate. You can buy a fan on eBay or from www.4daewoo.co.uk for about 40 pounds.

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Nov 30, 2013


Unplug and reset the cycle. It may take a while to depower the electronics

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Oct 18, 2013


your full freezing system is gradually damaged.

Daewoo FRSU20IA... | Answered on Mar 24, 2013

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