- The inside of the freezer is too warm
- The freezer does not cool or freeze
- The freezer has no freezing capacity
- Water runs out of the bottom of the freezer
- Built-in freezers
- Freestanding freezers
We understand that it can be frustrating that your freezer is no longer cooling. We have a number of troubleshooting steps that you can take to attempt to get the freezer back to the correct temperature.
- When using for the first time: After transporting the appliance, let it stand for approx. 4 - 8 hours before switching it on. Once it has been switched on it will take some time (a couple of hours) to get to temperature.
- Make sure you have set the correct temperature.
- The ideal storage temperature is -18 °C.
- The temperature setting may differ depending on the model. Refer to the user manual supplied with your appliance
- Use the Frostmatic function if your device is equipped with it. Instructions can be found in the user manual. With the Frostmatic, the temperature is quickly lowered for a certain period of time. Very useful for when you have recently purchased a
- Check the seal on the freezer. Make sure this is clean and not damaged as this will impact the cooling in the freezer. You can clean the seal with a damp cloth to remove any dirt on the seal.
- Make sure there is room for air to move around the freezer cavity. If there is not room for the air to circulate this will impede the cooling.
- If you have tried all of these troubleshooting options we would suggest getting in touch with an authorised service engineer to come and look at the appliance.
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