Defrost cycle doesn't seem to last long enough
So far we vacuumed underneath by the compressor; melted and removed major frost in front and in back of the evaporator panel & coils/heater unit area. Melted ice in drain tube-now flowing; changed the defrost timer. Defrost cycle doesn't seem to last long enough and only bottom portion of coils gets the frost melted. I have a thermostat I'll change today hoping it might help. I did notice the e. fan seems to never turn off even when I open either doors like I read it should. It goes off only on defrost cycle. HELP ;-)
-This is what I've done so far: removed bottom panels and cleaned the best I could dust, etc near coils and compressor and drain pan. Compressor warm, fan next to it was blowing, I hear motor noise underneath.
-Removed frost buildup on the outside of Evaporator Cover, removed it and
melted with warm water the ice buildup on the entire heater coil area, lots.
-Put icebox manually into defrost mode, saw red on the heater element, evaporator fan working, only stopped when I put it into defrost mode; other than that E. Fan constantly blowing. Freezer working fine the whole time.
-Read it usually is always the Defrost Timer in the icebox section so for $20 I changed that out. Still cold air not flowing to the bottom of refrigerator. I have a defrost thermostat that I'm going to change out today. I'm not sure if I need to reassemble the E. cover in the freezer so that the air can go to the bottom section. Any help is greatly appreciated.
ET8WTMXKT07....Yes same person as the question I just created I forgot to had some things we did already. Mahalo
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