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There is supposed to be a foot that holds it in place but installers muat not have locked it. fridge slides back iand iist slide back put every few dat to keep useable

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Not a foot but there are level adjustments that can be set and some of these are pegs that touch the floor. Look under and see if you see them. Some models have screws that adjust the roller height too.

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I will need to know the model # that is on the sticker inside the refrigerator to help. Don't use the # off of the manual.

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If your fridge is freezing to much put the thermistor closer to the fins (it will make it colder so it shuts off sooner)

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Is there a lot of frost accumulation on the back wall of the freezer section. If there is your auto defrost has a proble. All inexpensive repairs. Is the evap fan running in the freezer. You should be able to hear this when you open the freezer door. If you do not hear the fan you need a new evap fan. This is what circultes the air for proper cooling.

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SOURCE: gi5fsaxvy french door fridge ice maker has frozen

This diagram shows two screws on the top and there is one on the bottom. Loosen the screws and ice maker should lift off. You may just want to use a hairdryer to melt it and your water inlet valve on the back where the water supply is connected may be leaking letting the water drip into the ice maker and freezing when it gets there. http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/partsdirect/showSubComp.pd?imageUrl=http%3a%2f%2fc.searspartsdirect.com%2flis_png%2fPLDM%2fW1010173-00005.png

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Testimonial: "Thanks for the tip! If there's a screw back there against the wall then there's an ice dam blocking it, so time for hairdryer until it all melts :)"

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