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If it's a frost free unit, then there is something wrong with the defrost cycle. Either a high limit temp switch is bad, the heating element, or the cycle timer. You can just unplug it for a time and defrost it manually like the old timers, but it's a little harder to do because the ice is inside the plastic lining of the interior of the refrigerator.

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