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Your problems are exactally the same as mine. I have taken the freezer back panels off and fornd the elements blocked with ice, the upper and lower channels to the fridge are blocked with ice and obviously therefore no0 cold air is going the fridge, I have de-frosted the freezer and put back together and everything works great for 2 weeks when the same thing accurs. My settings for both fridge and freezer are on the lowest possible, but the wife does fill the freezer with too much food! I guess I need an expert in!!
If you mean pipe that connects to the ice maker, you will need to go to a Lowes, Home Depot, hardware store, or plumbing supply and ask for 1/8 in copper pipe or simply "copper tubing for an icemaker" That size tubing comes in short rolls but you will need enough to make at least one loop so that you can connect your redrigerator and then push it back into place--I would say roughly 8 to 10 feet, depending on how much room you have. I am assuming that your home is already roughed in for an icemaker where you will be putting your refrigerator. If not you will need to call the plumber.
Possibly the water valve (also known as a solenoid valve) on the back of of your refeer has gone ka-put. It is easy to find and spot. The water line from your source (out of the wall) goes to this valve. If it is not operating, you will get no water supply thru that line into your dispenser or your ice-maker unit. No water in means no water and no ice out. This is a pretty simple fix you can do yourself. The part is reasonably priced. Get the model number of your refrigerator off the door and contact your local distributor for your brand. Make sure you turn your water off at the wall, or house, before you start taking that plumbing line apart. Otherwise, get yourself a surfboard and lay in a good supply of paper towels. Take your time and unplug your unit from the wall to be on the safe side...