Do you know that freezers actually work opposite of how we think? Instead of chilling food, they operate by removing heat. Specifically, a compressor pump condenses refrigerant gas into a hot liquid that then releases heat into the air as it goes through the condenser coils. The now-warm liquid quickly chills as it expands into a gas in the evaporator coils, drawing heat out of the freezer before heading back to the compressor. This system is a wonder of thermodynamics. Yet, over time -- as with any appliance -- plenty can go wrong. If you experience anything from a burnt out bulb or damaged light shield to a nonfunctioning evaporator fan motor, we have the freezer part that will get you back to running normally in no time.