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Ice forming in freezer

I have large masses of ice forming in the freezer. It is right below the ice maker. It is just making huge pieces of ice in the main part of the freezer. Everything is still frozen, so I am not sure what is going on.

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Un-plug refrigerator,remove the back panel from freezer section and see if ice is covering coils. If so, probably the defrost heaters are blown.

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