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should be behind back panel inside freezer

Danby DFF8802... | Answered on Aug 22, 2019


Usually that is caused by a bad defrost heater thermostat or defrost timer. Failure to automatically defrost is the cause of freezing up.
If you don't feel up to doing the work yourself you should have an appliance repair shop look at it.

The gurgling is caused by water in the catch pan under the fridge. When you defrosted it some of the water made it into the drip pan (and maybe overflowed onto the floor). The fan inside the compressor area under and behind the freezer may be splashing in the excess water in the drip pan. This by itself is not a real problem since it is designed to automatically evaporate the water drained during automatic defrosting, but the excess water and potential overflow onto the floor can become a problem.

Danby DFF8802... | Answered on Mar 10, 2017


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Danby DFF8802... | Answered on Aug 12, 2011


Check the heater behind the panel in the freezer.I unplugged mine checked it and it seemed fine plugged back in .no more issues

Danby... | Answered on Jun 30, 2019


the list of causes --- yes on bad compressor will cause failure --as well as thermo safety -thermostat --low no freon --dirty condenser -fan failure --circuit failure -are a few

Danby... | Answered on May 09, 2019


hi before you may damage
install a new fan this can solve your problem

Danby... | Answered on May 01, 2019


Its probably the heater element. The Thermal cutout should be closed circuit. The bimetal can be open or closed depending on temperature. I am not familiar with these fridges. You will need to check the wiring diagram. Some open when they get warm, to allow a neutral path some close to complete the electrical circuit. Check for continuity of the bimetal when its been in the freezer overnight, then remove it and check if it goes open when warm (Or vice versa) If yours is an electronic defrost, it could be the board.

Danby... | Answered on Apr 10, 2019

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