Frost Free or Manual Defrost?


After sometimes, ice accumulates in freezer compartments. This requires it to be manually defrosted. Frost free freezers on their part have a mechanism that prevents frost from accumulating. The frost free type though uses more power and does not as cold as the manual one.
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Freezers that require manual defrosting let in humidity when the door is opened, and eventually that humidity becomes ice on the walls and surfaces of the freezer. If you open the
Frost Free. Freezers need to be defrosted when water vapor comes into the unit by opening the door. The frost free refrigrator has a soluiton where it periodicaly heats the comparement
I think you meant a combination refrigerator-freezer. The term "frost-free" only applies to the FREEZER. I have a freezer attached to my refrigerator, which is frost-free,
Unit is too new and I did not get my most current update. You model number is listed in part and I can see it is auto defrost. Normally they are either 8 or 10 hour timers....There
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