Model #LFFH2067DW2 FRIGIDAIRE Upright Freezer

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Frigidaire Freezer Model# LFFH2067DW2

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I am sorry that you are having some difficulties with your freezer. I did some research and I was able to find a link with a similar question. I hope this helps with your research while you wait for your expert response.

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Joseph P. -
March 23, 2013
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Thank you for the search Joseph, the light just came back on but it was off for a few hours I believe. It has never blinked as suggested in the article that u linked to me...thx again :)

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Dennis -
March 23, 2013
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Thank you for your question. I understand your concern about the alarm. First it will need to be determined what the actual temperature is getting down to. To check the temperature, place a thermometer between some packages. If the unit is running, both the compressor and fan motor and if the temperature does drop below 10 degrees, it would lead to a sealed system problem. A technician would be required to make this type of repair. I'm listing a site you can access, to have a tech come out. Here is a link for the website: Sears Home Services. If you would like more assistance, reply to this thread and I will assist you further.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
March 25, 2013
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Replaced the door seal and still the light and alarm is active...guess I'm calling out a tech...just hope it's worth the trouble :(

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Dennis -
March 30, 2013
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Dennis, if it's making a good seal, the light is turning off and everything is running but the temperature will not drop below 10 degrees, it would lead to a sealed system problem. If the temperature is ok between 0 - 5 degrees then it would indicate that the sensor has probably failed. I hope this will help you.

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Scott D -
Sears Technician
April 01, 2013
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Intermittent leaking on the floor and frost build up inside of freezer

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Having a freezer that is not working properly can be inconvenient and I will be happy to help. While you are waiting for your expert answer, I did manage to find a link that will provide you with some good tips to help you with your freezer problem. I hope my link is useful.

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Joseph P. -
May 19, 2011
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From the description you give I suspect the beginnings of a defrost problem.

The ice building up indicates a defrost timer or heater/bimetal problem. Eventually the ice will build up and affect the cooling temperatures.

To check the defrost system first pull the unit out so you can get to the back where the compressor is located.

The defrost timer, part key 23 in the image below, can be turned manually to put the unit into defrost. In the middle of the timer is a knob that can be turned with a straight edge screwdriver or even a coin. Turn it clockwise until you hear a click and the compressor shuts off. The unit should now be in defrost. Open the door and listen for a sizzle or pop from the evaporator area. The defrost heater should be on and you should be able to hear the ice melting.

If you hear nothing then likely the defrost heater is bad of the defrost thermostat is bad.

After 20-30 minutes the freezer should start up again. If it doesn't then the defrost timer is most likely the problem.

The sides being hot is normal and is actually a good sign that there is no leak.

In the back you should also see a drain pan, part key 31A, that should catch the water from the defrost cycle. If there is water on the floor then the drain hose is cracked or the defrost problem is blocking the drain.

If you turn off the unit overnight with the door open all the frost should melt and the drain pan should be full of water. It is most likely ice blocking the drain causing water on the floor.

I hope this helps. You can reply with any additional details for further assistance.

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Fred M -
Sears Technician
May 21, 2011
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