When the device is working properly, frost appears and disappears on the back panel. This should not be a concern as it is the norm. But a stable and growing ice crust should really alert.
Refrigeration technicians say that the problem arises for two reasons: improper operation of equipment and breakdown.
If the evaporation from the food stored in the chamber works properly, the condensate freezes when the motor is running and then melts. When the compressor is turned off, the liquid flows into the collection tray through the drain.
When the device is working properly, frost appears and disappears on the rear panel. This should not be a concern as it is normal.
Super Freeze mode selected.
Many refrigerators No Frost support the "Superfreeze" technology, which automatically turns on one day after connecting the device to the network.
This mode of operation helps to keep the freshness of a large amount of food. If the "Super Freeze" mode is turned on in the refrigerator, it is not surprising that ice forms in the main compartment and the freezer compartment. In order for the ice to disappear, you just need to turn off the "Superfreeze" mode.
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