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Sub Zero 690 ice maker I am constantly having to empty the ice drawer when the ice auger gets jammed.


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Icy crystals forming on food in freezer


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The frost free freezer has started to form ice


First point of investigation, is to check the door seal. Sometimes new seals get stuck-suction and when opened and shut possibly cause a small tear, lubricate very gently with Vaseline, this will enable the seal to firstly seal properly and secondly not put undue pressure due to suction on new door seals.
If that does not resolve it then have a technician check the thermostat.

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I have ice forming on the top of the freezer door and on the to of the freezer. What is causing this and how can I fix it?


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hi this might help you:

*make sure that the seal indeed still seal well enough...
*the older the fridge the more common this is

i don't really know much about this, but just check that it's cold enough inside like check if it changes when you change it from eg 4 to 7, and that the sealing is fine, and that your door is lined out good, also important that last thing offcourse, cause if it seems to shut good, but the seals arent in the right position compared to the other side (the 'fridge-walls' :p) they won't seal ofcourse...

I hope this is useful, and greets.

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You said you checked the seal but one thing you can try to be double sure the seal is tight put a thin layer of vaseline along the entire seal it will fill in any gaps and you can be sure it is sealing completely.

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Check that the door is closing properly otherwise the freezer will be working overtime to cool and ice will form. If the door seal is good, it is possible that the thermostat needs to be checked.

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