You probably have a plugged filter and or a dirty evaporator. pull the filter and see if it is dirty. it should be lockated right behind the front panel. The evaporator is right behind it. If they are both clean then the unit is low on refrigerant most likely. if it is low it is probably more worth wile to by a new window unit then having a service man out.
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Check the line going from the back of the fridge through the freezer wall. Sometimes you can get a chunk of ice in the line. Also, did you check to make sure the solenoid valve works? Disconnect the solenoid valve outlet and when there is a demand for water, it should click and water should flow
Most airless spray guns spit a bit when you pull or release the trigger because the paint between the spray tip and the paint valve is under pressure but not enough to atomise the paint. If you increase the pressure you may reduce the spit to a point when you don't notice it. A blocked filter could slow the paint getting through to the tip cause lower pressure.
Sorry to hear about your problem. Sounds like you have a defrost issue. Hence your unit is not defrosting. All of this apply's if your freezer side has ice on it. If not. you have other issues Here is a list of some things that can go wrong. 1. Defective heat coil 2. Defective defrost timer 3. Defective defrost sensor You should call a service company to resolve your issue.
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The unit has frozen up, and the fan is blowing out small particles of ice.
Freeze up is due to Improper airflow, and/or low refrigerant charge. In the case of a heatpump, it can also be due to a malfunctioning defrost cycle.
Most likely, the filter and/or coils are dirty, causing an air restriction. I'd reccoment cleaning both coils and the filter. Let the system defrost, and run it again. If the problem persists, you have a refrigerant problem. (or a defrost issue with a wall mount heat pump.)
Over the past few years the appliance companies have found that it is less costly and more efficient to replace the traditional spray in foam insulation to Styrofoampanels. They do sometimes shift. When they shift they can come in contact with the fan. The blade shaves them and then blows the foam particles into the unit. If you are comfortable with doing repairs then you can fix this. You will need to un-plug the refrigerator and remove everything in the freezer. You will see a series of screws in the back inside panel. Take these screws out and remove the panel. You will expose the coil and fan assembly. Inspect it and make any adjustments to the foam at this time. assemble in reverse. Hope this helps. Good luck. RE-post with updates. Thanks cj2176.
If you go to geappliances.com click on service and support then click on use and care manuals you can download a use and care manual. Since the refrigerator is white I'd probably use a good bleach spray on the mold be sure to rinse well though so you don't end up ingesting bleach. Chunk of ice sounds like too much water or not enough cold and a qualified tech might not be a bad idea. Good Luck.