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I have a ge profile side by side refrigerator.

I have a ge profile sise by side refrigerator. Ice has build up behind the ice maker. What can I do to repair the problem

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First thing...Take a good look at all the door seals. If they let air and a lot of moisture in, that can condense and freeze causing your problem.
Second...Manualy defrost your freezer and see if the problem re-occurs. It may be that someone left the door open once and caused the icing.

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