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Kelvinator opal upright freezer is over freezing..is there a temperature control somewhere or what could be the problem?

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The problem could be the heater element, bimetal, thermostat, fuse.must open freezer cover and check.

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My frigidaire upright freezer has been working fine until about 2 weeks ago. Now pizzas aren't freezing and freezer corn is soft and i put a ham in it and that was a week ago and it is not froze.


There should be a temperature adjustment inside the freezer somewhere. It will look like a slider or a dial, and be labeled something like "Colder" and "Less Cold" on opposite ends of the scale. If this is set to its coldest setting, and the temperature still is not cold enough to solidly freeze food (ideally, a freezer's temperature should reach ZERO degrees Fahrenheit), then the unit needs to be serviced by an appliance repairman.

Nov 30, 2017 | Frigidaire Freezers

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Upright Freezer not cold enough


Honestly it sounds as if you have a sealed system issue, most likely low on freon.

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Jun 13, 2012 | Freezers

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My kelvinator upright freezer stopped freezing and it just kicks on and kicks right back of what could be wrong with it?


Start Relay/Overload or Compressor is bad. A bad compressor can make a Start Relay/Overload go bad but the only way to find out if compressor or Start Relay/Overload is bad is to replace the Start Relay/Overload if it starts and stays running you fixed it if Prob. returns in a week or so or if you have the same Prob. after replacing the relay the compressor is bad.

May 20, 2010 | GE 13.7 cu. ft. General Electric Upright...

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Freezer is on but no longer freezing. The freezer temperature is set at the coldest setting. Why is this happening?


You could have an issue with the temperature control, the compressor or refrigerant, or compressor attachments (e.g.: relay, overload or capacitor (if applicable). Contact an appliance service company.

Apr 13, 2010 | Frigidaire 11.6 cu. ft. / 328 liter...

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Our 2nd hand Kelvinator upright is running but does not seal the door with a vacuum and is not freezing food anymore


to solve this problem please change the rubber gasket of the door then check the freezing.

Aug 18, 2009 | Freezers

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Kelvinator freezer is not freezing!


you mean it cools but not as afreezer ok, rework again the system properly vaccum and slowly charge it but please watch out the proper amperage of the compressor or might be the compressor motor now is weak, how old this unit,sir.thankyou

Aug 05, 2008 | Kelvinator 12 cu. ft. / 340 liter Chest...

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