Why would my freezer work but not my refrigerator?

Why would my freezer work but not my refrigerator?

The most common cause for this condition is a problem with the defrost system. If the refrigerator freezer is cold but the refrigerator is warm, the evaporator fan motor might have failed. If the freezer is cold but refrigerator is warm the air damper control might be stuck closed or broken.

Should a freezer run all the time?

It might sound strange to think but a freezer shouldn’t run all the time because if it does it will actually build-up to much ice. This can make your freezer to cold and will make opening it and then closing it a problem, it will also be sure to put more stress on the motor.

Why does everything in my freezer have ice crystals?

It is normal to see some frost or ice crystals especially on frozen food. This is caused by moisture inside the food itself or inside the freezer. This warm air turns to moisture when it comes into contact with the cooler temperatures and forms frost or ice crystals on food.

How do I stop ice build up in my freezer?

Eight simple-to-do strategies to prevent ice build-up in your freezerKeep the freezer inside and away from a hot water heater or furnace. Don’t overstock the freezer or leave it too empty. Break up large packages into smaller, airtight packages. Limit the amount of time the freezer is open.Lisää kohteita…