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Where is the defrost button in a Frigidaire refrigerator over-under?

Frigidaire refrigerators with an "over-under" configuration typically do not have a separate defrost button. The defrost cycle in a refrigerator is an automatic process that occurs at regular intervals to prevent the buildup of ice on the evaporator coils. However, if you need to manually initiate the defrost cycle or address a defrosting issue, here are a few general steps:
1. Locate the temperature controls: Look for the temperature controls inside the refrigerator section. They are usually located at the top or front of the refrigerator compartment.
2. Adjust the temperature controls: Many Frigidaire refrigerators have a control labeled "Freezer" and "Refrigerator" or similar indicators. To initiate the defrost cycle, you can try adjusting the temperature controls to a warmer setting. This action may trigger the defrost cycle to begin.
3. Use the control panel (if applicable): If your Frigidaire refrigerator has a digital display and control panel, there may be a specific menu or button for initiating a defrost cycle. Refer to the user manual or control panel instructions for details on accessing and using the defrost function.
For model-specific instructions or if you are experiencing issues with your refrigerator, it is recommended to consult the user manual or contact Frigidaire customer support for assistance.
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