When the refrigerator doors are opened, the hot and humid air outside the appliance meets the colder and drier air inside. This causes the water vapor in the warmer outside air to condense and then freeze, sticking to the interior walls of the freezer compartment. Frost build-up inside the freezer will make your refrigerator run for longer and decrease its performance.
To defrost, pull the mains plug out of the electrical socket. Place bowls inside the freezer and some towels where water from the melting ice gathers. Leave the freezer door open. You can speed up the process by placing a bowl of warm water inside your freezer.
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.