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I have some frost on back wall and some food freezes now and then.

The water is off to icemaker should i turn it off till ifix that.

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Assumeing you are saying frost on the back wall of the refigirator, I would increase the temperature for the refrigirator area. If that does not help you may have problems with the defrost system.

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Testimonial: "there if frost in the shelf slots towards the top also. ive raised temp to 46 to see if that will do anything. wondered if drain was frozen behind panel"

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