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The lines inside my refrigerator freeze up with ice buildup

The lines inside my refrigerator that lead to the freezer get heavy ice buildup around them, anyway to stop this?

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Replace the defrost heater and defrost thermostat in the freezer section. They are located behind the freezer panel.

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