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I have ice forming in the bottom of my freezer section of my GE Profile side by side refridgerator.

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Probably have a clogged drain at the rear base of the freezer unit check at the very bottom of your freezer at the back look and see if the drain is covered with ice..

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  • Lou Cook Jan 15, 2009

    probably have a clogged drain at the rear base of the freezer unit check at the very bottom of your freezer at the back look and see if the drain is covered with ice..

  • Lou Cook Jan 15, 2009

    probably have a clogged drain at the rear base of the freezer unit check at the very bottom of your freezer at the back look and see if the drain is covered with ice..

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