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if you got the right basket the handles are already attached
they are either folded into the basket or lift up on the outside to sit on the edge of the freezer

Fisher Freezers | Answered on Aug 15, 2016

try to clean the drain of your unit maybe it is clog up declog it to avoid drip. u said that ther is a build up of ice this means auto defrost not activate try to chek the defrost heater or defrost timer if have the unit this. or try to allign the door gasket possible theres a gap entry of outside air cause of build up of ice. bec it is came from moisture of air out side or avoid to much door opening.goodluck.

Fisher Freezers | Answered on Feb 27, 2011

try to shut off by unplugging the unit then after several minutes try to plug in then re start unit and obsreve.

Fisher Freezers | Answered on Feb 07, 2011

dear sir/madam

i think your freezer,s indside motor is faulty so its not rotating motor is not working so freezer ,s evorator cycle is not having complete its reson for not cooling .
please contect to your freezer maintenance personnel for further action

hope answer the question
thank you.

please vote!

Fisher Freezers | Answered on Jul 20, 2010

I'd check the manual, if you don't see a manual control on the freezer, I don't think there is a quick freeze control on that model.

Fisher Freezers | Answered on Feb 04, 2010

with the unit being that old , the compressor probably whent out the oils inside probably froze up ,,,,, to replace a compressor you are better off replacing the unit it is a major repair

Fisher Freezers | Answered on Jan 31, 2010

I boughta new handles

Fisher Freezers | Answered on Jan 01, 2010

Most freezers now will cycle the power light on and off when the unit is operating. When it turns off, the unit has reached temperature.

Freezers | Answered 3 days ago

Settings are always best, just one side or the other of halfway. So, if you have a rotary dial that goes to 10, - 4 , 5, or 6.

With an electronic setting, it should be minus 18'C or 0'F. Check with a freezer thermometer to confirm.

Freezers | Answered on Jun 13, 2019

There is probably a safety device of some description incorporated into the design though it probably isn't to blame for the trouble.

You need to discover whether it is the fan, compressor or both; neither should run constantly. The condenser fan is only needed while the compressor is pushing the refrigerant around the circuit and in many designs, where a belt driven compressor is used it is usual for the fan to be mounted on the extended motor shaft so they can't run independently.

If the compressor runs constantly and the cabinet doesn't suffer from excessive freezing it is almost certain either the compressor is failing or there is a leak and refrigerant is being lost - probably the latter.

Freezers | Answered on Jun 13, 2019

its not running correctly- getting warmer-ajar door

Freezers | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

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