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Yes if the evaporator drain is blocked or not attached correctly it causes the humidity to remain in the refridgerator. Just opening the door will cause the warm are to enter and cause the symtoms of rain if the water is not taken out the drain properly.Hope this helps JT

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Oct 17, 2017


You should check for air leaks around the door gasket or any other openings in the compartment such as where pipes or wiring is going through the wall. It sounds like a moisture problem from moisture being drawn into the compartment pass door gaskets or access holes.

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Oct 05, 2017


The pressure control will be fed a live from the thermostat and feed a live to the compressor relay

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Apr 27, 2014


if the temp is 10f compressor is fine, just need a tune up, call a specialist.

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Nov 15, 2013


The thermostat sensor is located in the top rear of the interior of the unit, if you locate the dial to change temps on the inside of the unit, the sensor is attached to it, you may have to pull your fridge apart to get to it, but it can be done.

Regards Russ

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Mar 08, 2011


Must be kept at 0*F (-18*C) minimum

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Dec 12, 2010


Helloo roger.....Freezers have a thermostat to maintain the proper temperature. These are usually very simple devices. When the freezer reaches the set temperature, the thermostat interrupts the electricity flow to the compressor, which stops cooling. Set your freezer to a colder and colder setting until it doesn't cut out. If you are already at the coldest setting, your only option would be to change the freezer's internal thermostat to one that has a lower cut out capability. Most refrigeration technicians could find the thermostat for you to do this. Joe

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Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Dec 04, 2010


Change the defrost timer.

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Aug 08, 2010


Normally freezers are kept at zero. Most health departments will not allow the temp to be higher than plus 10. If you want to store ice cream, you need to be at minus 10 degrees to minus 15 degrees.

let me know if I can be of any further help.

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Jul 19, 2010


in most cases its the defrost element as the other units last much longer unless the fan has become jammed this happens when people toss meat hard against the back wall if you know how to do polaity test using a multimeter do test on defrost element its not a thermistate as new age frezzers dont use them they use timers and plastic channels to curculate cool air

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Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Jun 25, 2010


Hi John,

The symptoms do indicate a failed thermostat.

I am not sure where you could get a thermostat for this freezer but I would try contacting Norlake first. They may guide you to who has one or maybe they can sell you one. If it is a direct replacement it is something that you can do yourself.

http://www.norlake.com/

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on May 10, 2010


It is probably no more risky than drinking water from a clear running stream. The frost is formed from water vapour so as it is formes it is pure. I suppose it then depends on how old it is and what has come into contact with it. It should be ok though.

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Apr 28, 2010


Look for thermostat. Usually located near the unit inside the conditioned space where the fans are.

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Apr 23, 2010


Normally, freezers are at 0 degrees. If you have ice cream, shoot for -10 degrees.

hope this is what you are looking for.

Nor-Lake Freezer... | Answered on Feb 25, 2010

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