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BEKO CG 10.6cu.ft Combi Fridage/Freezer


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#1 Londoner

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Posted 16 June 2005 - 04:16 AM

A weird thing has manifested itself this past couple of days. The freezer door seal and the metal the door seal attaches itself to are warm to the touch on the top left hand corner.  The hinge is on the right side for this appliance.

This means the inside of the freezer door is wet and the three freezer trays are also wet on the invidual compartment doors. However inside the individual freezer compartments everything is frozen! Though there is a lot of frosting.

I have decided to defrost the fridge so have turned off the power and now the metal frame where the door seals to is cold!!

Any ideas?

Kind Regards,

Andrew


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Posted 16 June 2005 - 05:11 AM

Not familiar with this particular model, but on many refrigerators equipped with a Yoder loop, this excess heat is and indication that something is wrong with the refrigerant condensation system.  check your condenser fan to make sure it's still running.  Also, brush and vacuum the lint of the condenser. 

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Posted 16 June 2005 - 07:02 PM

Just for general info purposes, Beko is a Turkish brand sold in the UK, they were originally purely electronics and gradually moved into "white goods".
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