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Cracking on inside of refriderator

UNEXPLAINED CRACKING ON INSIDE OF THE REFRIDERATOR, MIDWAY DOWN ON RIGHT SIDE. THE REFRDERATOR IS ONLY 2 YEARS OLD, IS THERE A REASON FOR THIS AND HOW TO FIX THIS ISSUE

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This should be a warrenty problem.

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