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Is the ice build-up in the freezer section, or in the chill section ?

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Ice buildup in bottom of freezer compartment


Here's a link to a great website that will help you understand what might be causing your freezer to have that ice build up. I could explain it here, but if you look at this link, they've already done a wonderful job.

http://www.appliance411.com/faq/defrostproblem.shtml

Good luck!

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Not a whole lot you can do but to keep the frost down.
If you are able to move the items in the freezer to another freezer and let it sit overnight, all your problems will melt away....
Until a couple months later when it builds up

Make sure to double check your freezer is sealing correctly, bad gasket causes moisture to be sucked in.

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Ice is building up and making fan noise. I replaced the defrost thermostat. Four or five days, it starts making noise again. Any ideas where to look after replacing the thermostat?


I suppose it's possible the fan has some issues of clearance. You may be able to adjust it to provide needed clearance. But if the Ice build-up is excessive, there may be a "timer" that may have an effect on the amount of ice build.

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May need new defrost heater. If so, that heater will read infinite ohms. A good heater will read 50 to 200 ohms. Change small inexpensive clip-on thermostat at same time. But don't worry about a little ice build-up if your temps are okay. Excessive ice build-up will be shown by your hearing a crunchy sound when you reach into the freezer to press your hand against its thin rear wall.

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If possible try to let the fridge cool down or a bit until the ice melts and if the ice is visible, than it would be better to attempt to break off the ice while it is warmer than usual

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I have a Samsung RF265ABBP model. I just finished replacing the ice maker kit and everything works fine. I noticed Ice build up on the left side of the sliding door. It builds up on the fridge itself and...


Could be a gasket problem. But, also on those sliding doors, ice can cause them to not properly close all the way! Pull the door all the way open and check the track/rails for ANY ice. Make sure it is completely free of ice!

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Your automatic defrost cycle may not be working. Feel the walls inside and if they are hard solid you have ice build up and the fan is hitting the walls or ice making the noise. Unplug your fridge for 2 days and let the ice in the walls melt. Put towels on floor to catch water. Plug it back in and it should run fine for a couple of weeks until the ice builds up again. You have a bad timer and it isn't letting the defrost cycle come on. Defrost cycle are heating elements that melt the ice build up and runs about 10 mins once a day or so. This will give you time to check if an afforable repair can be done or a replacement fridge.

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