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LARGE ICE BUILD-UP ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE FREEZER, AND ICE MAKER MAKES VERY LITTLE ICE

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You have a bad compressor or a refrigerant restriction.
The sealed system should be under a 5 year warranty.

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