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 Posted: Tue Oct 19th, 2010 01:03 am
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Defrost heater works. Not certain if the fan is working, I assume it is as the fridge compartment would not cool without it. been about 2 weeks since I replaced the conductor. Frost/ice is just now stating to build up on back panel of freezer. currant temp in freezer is 14 degrees. Isn't there a timer/ senser that turns the heater defrost unit on?

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What are the part #'s of the parts that were replaced?



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Have error msg Er dH. I know this a defrost heater problem. Replaced heater assembly and the controller. No luck. Heater assembly is not working correctly. still getting ice buildup on the evaporater coils. Where do I  look next? Main Board? control sensor?

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Bratton wrote: ... still getting ice buildup on the evaporater coils.

ice build-up ?

OR frost build up

frost evenly over the entire Evaporator ?

pictures ?

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I'll take some pics and send them to you. Don't feel like tearing into it tonite.

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Bratton, you had two topics for the same problem. Please keep it all in one topic (this one).

Topics merged.



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LG 21760st

would that be a LG LFC21760 ?

and would that be a different fridge than the other (3) LG 25760st posts ?

 



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Yes. An LG  LFC25760st. Same fridge different posts. Same problem. No results.

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please don't start a new topic for each post

that confuses us

we don't know what's been tried, ect

wastes our time and yours..

you have the service manual,

we need some pictures

 

 



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Sorry about the 2nd post. Will send pics later today

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OK Guru's. I have AGAIN pulled the freezer door off and back panel. Defrosted, Will take a pic in an hour as instructed and post. My ????? is do I have to install the rear freezer panel ans fan? I'm just going to have to remove it all again in an hour to take a pic. I just put the freezer door back on.

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I believe this is a continuation of an older post. Didn't you originally replace the heater on someone elses recommendation without testing it and then when the thermal fuse was suggested you then replaced that?

Had the old heater or fuse been tested before replacement?


well I just realized this post had another page :beating:



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Yes replaced the old heater defroster and the controller. Tested the old one after I replaced it and it IS GOOD. Fan also is working.

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I am taking pics now@ 1 hour intervals. Just a slight frost buildup after 2 hrs. Don't know how often the defroster is supposed to come on.

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Bratton wrote: I am taking pics now@
we've been waiting 3 days foir these pictures ...



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Hope this helps. The pic with the most frost was taken after the evaporater was running for 3 hrs.

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