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Dorm refrigator icing up

Refrigator was defrosted 3 days ago, both freezer and refrigator. Rear of refrigator cabinet has ice accumulated on it and also freezes items in the cabinet that is supposed to be cold and not freeze. What is causing this?

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Make sure the fridge and freezer are not packed with food. It needs a lot of breething room.Also make sure the door is seeling tight. Not a lot of room in small fridge. Good luck

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