Frost free fridge freezers are great because you don’t need to manually defrost them. Instead, they use fans to blow cold air around and get rid of any ice. But you can get a build-up of ice if you leave the door open for too long or if you overload the fridge. In this guide, we’ll take you through some steps to avoid these issues and get your frost free fridge freezer working the way it should.
To get rid of the frost on the fan, unplug your appliance and remove any food from your fridge freezer. Put hot water (not boiling) over the ice to melt it away. Plug your fridge back in and you should be good to go!
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