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Текущая версия: Lynda Noneofyourbusiness ,

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I have struggled with this issue for months, and I have defrosted for 2 days (with my freezer this consists of taking everything out of the freezer), and as someone stated, this is just a temporary fix. Its very annoying and time consuming only to have it continue.
 
Since I always use the internet to fix appliances, I thought I should add my fix.
 
My evaporator motor was also getting noisy, the fan was hitting the motor - design flaw. Once I replaced the evaporator motor I no longer have any water/ice in the bottom of my freezer. It makes sense, a bad evaporator motor not doing it's job allows the defrost water to accumulate. I am not a pro, but since I replaced the motor and the fan blade, I have NO WATER at the bottom of my freezer, and now my freezer is a lot quieter! I hope this helps someone, because I get a lot of help from other people out there!
 
=== Update (02/11/2017) ===
 
Oh, and the evaporator motor was very easy to install, and costs about $90!

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Оригинальный сообщение: Lynda Noneofyourbusiness ,

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I have struggled with this issue for months, and I have defrosted for 2 days (with my freezer this consists of taking everything out of the freezer), and as someone stated, this is just a temporary fix.  Its very annoying and time consuming only to have it continue.

Since I always use the internet to fix appliances, I thought I should add my fix.

My evaporator motor was also getting noisy, the fan was hitting the motor - design flaw.  Once I replaced the evaporator motor I no longer have any water/ice in the bottom of my freezer. It makes sense, a bad evaporator motor not doing it's job allows the defrost water to accumulate.  I am not a pro, but since I replaced the motor and the fan blade, I have NO WATER at the bottom of my freezer, and now my freezer is a lot quieter!  I hope this helps someone, because I get a lot of help from other people out there!

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