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Interior fridge fan continues to ice up

Have Model SRS 630NW and the fan inside the fridge continues to ice up and make a loud noise. Now the temperature indicator on front panel is flashing at 3 degrees C. This has happened on 3 occasions now!

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  • darren_beddo Dec 26, 2008

    The styrofoam has been broken off in the bottom corner by the service agent I suspect, although I have replaced the cover with the foam back in place. Perhaps it is still leaking air passed this section, will look further into this, thankyou!

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Hello when you put the back panel to the refrigerator section back on did you notice that there was any stryofoam missing or broken on the cover? Had one do the exact same thing and what I found was that when the pevious person took the panel off the stryofoam some how broke and the air flow would bypass the coil causing it to freeze up after a while, also when I took it apart all of the screws were not in the cover further compounding the problem. I repaired and reassembled and it has been working great ever since.

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