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Ice on the bottom of freezer

Ice froms on the bottom of freezer want to know why this is happening ive have about 6 in. of ice on the bottom of my freezer please help

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Sounds like your freezer drain is blocked. first, turn the temperature controller up a little bit, maybe one or two stops, then wait 24 hours to see if the ice melts at all. If it starts to go away, then you may need to toss a few towels on the floor next to the freezer because 6 inches of ice melt is gonna make a mess.

After you get that sorted out, turn the temp down one click to make sure that everything is staying cold, and that the ice is not reforming.

good Luck!

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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