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Dales-Electronic, Home Appliance Technician
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Experience:  I am a Home Appliance / Refrigeration Technician of 25yrs+ with my own business and for multi-brand national companies.
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BEKO CDA648fw/1 Fridge getting too cold -0.5, frost on back

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BEKO CDA648fw/1 Fridge getting too cold -0.5, frost on back panel. Both PCBs changed. Freezer drain hole freezes up. Have two new sensors ********** and ********** but which goes where. I have one sensor on the evaporator and the other very close to it on a pipe leading to/from the evaporator, also any clues to what is wrong?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  Dales-Electronic replied 3 years ago.
Dales-Electronic :

Hello My name is Ian ~ I am not on the site constantly so please be patient whilst waiting for responses to you queries

Dales-Electronic :

OK lets start from the beginning what made you change the two pcbs in the first place?

JACUSTOMER-pdqd6dcg- :

I winder if I sent my first reply correctly. I changed the pcbs having liked in forums on possible faults. These suggested it might be the pcbs

Dales-Electronic :

I understand that you have mentioned the pcbs earlier but I would be grateful if you would humour me and tell me what was your initial problem ~ was it only that the back was freezing up and that you had a slight negative temperature. Was it actually freezing up the milk or other liquids?

Dales-Electronic :

Whilst I see that you have read earlier posts, there are a number of things that can cause this problem and many are not directly attributable to the power board or electronic thermostat. These two pcbs work together to control the units electronic and electrical systems but have no control over the mechanical side of the operation ~ Ian