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I assume your in an area where the temperature has been in the 70's? or more lately? In fact if your not freezing water in to Ice you have a freezer problem that's going to get worse before it gets better. I suspect that you have either a Air movement, defrost problem, Or a dirty condenser.
The quick check for air movement: main thing is make sure the controls are set in mid range, any extreme end of the controls may keep too much air from the refrigerator going into the freezer making it too warm.
Defrost elimination (Check the floor or back wall on a top or bottom freezer fridge or the back wall of a Side X Side look with a mirror if possible) A problem here will require more information as to how to proceed. What make is it do you have a volt ohm meeter...
Of these this one is more likely especially if you've had some warmer weather lately. Look under the frig and behind it under the panel that covers the compressor area. See anything that looks like dirt and lint covering a large portion of the coils under the box??? vacuum or blow it out with compressed air and replace the panel give it 24 hours and see if you have ice.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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