Do I need to defrost my refrigerator’s freezer unit?
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Do I need to defrost my refrigerator’s freezer unit?

No-frost refrigerators do not need manual defrosting. If your refrigerator does not have the no-frost feature, you’ll have to defrost it regularly. 

 

Check the freezer compartment for frost build-up. If the inner walls have visible frost on them, your appliance may be working more than necessary to achieve or retain the ideal temperature. In this case, you’ll have to manually defrost the freezer compartment. 

 

It is recommended that you defrost your refrigerator's freezer unit approximately once a month or when the frost build-up reaches a thickness of 0.5 centimetres.

 

For more information regarding defrosting your freezer, consult your user manual. If you’re having trouble finding your manual, download it here using your product’s model number. 

 

Beko fridge freezers with 3 Zone No Frost and NeoFrost™ Dual Cooling Technology prevent ice build-up so that you won’t have to defrost manually. Keep it in mind that your appliance may run longer when the automatic defrost function is in use.