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The freezer in my fridge is all time icing up.

What wrong with my Whirlpool model 6WN V47NS the freezer is full of iced cos it supposed to bE frost free.

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I've had this happen twice and it was caused by two different issues, one being a plugged drain in the freezer and the other a much bigger problem with a part. Sorry I can't be more helpful; you'll probably need a repairperson look at it.

Posted on Jul 13, 2013

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