Question about Kenmore Freezers
You mean it build up full of ice and no room for any thing...?
If so. Unplug it and let the door open for 24 hours then clean it up and plug back into power. You should be good for a while.
Posted on Jul 20, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I looked at the BACK at the bottom underneath of my Sears Kenmore frost free upright freezer and what was causing the ice buildup was very simple. At the factory, the assembler looped the little hose too high and when the water went into the hose it could not get out due to being too high in one spot! An ice dam will form, blocking ALL water coming through
and freezing up any more water coming down giving you a HUGE wad of ice that is scary!!! I just removed the screw holding the loop that holds the hose and put a bit of warm water down the little hole on the INSIDE (Behind the grate) to melt the remaining ice in the tube.You need to take out 4 screws and remove the grate to see this. I could not believe that this was the problem! I haven't had any ice build up since.Now don't tear your freezer apart before you try this trying to fix the compressor, thermostat etc. It may be the only thing wrong with it!
Posted on Jul 21, 2008
SOURCE: GE Freezer Not Freezing
I am not an expert, but if the defrost heater is not working, then maybe when it was unpluged the coils didn't completly unthaw. If not, the freezer still will not cool properly.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
first just take it out and clean that one carefully .And then set correctly and observe it,s working condition.then also it's not working means show it to ur near by worker those who repairs it
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
If it's a frost free model, it could be caused by a plugged defrost drain. Every time it goes through a defrost cycle the water is supposed to drain into the compressor compartment. You can defrost it by unplugging it for a day or two and then remove the panel covering the evaporator coil. You should be able to see the drain tray under the coil and find out whats blocking it.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
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