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Refrig/freezer not cooling/freezing

I have a kenmore side by side, approximately 6 y.o. Controls turned up all the way but food and ice in freezer are melting/thawing. Water leaking out from water/ice door frame.

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Your gonna have to let thr fridge defrost buy shutting it down because it soundsm like you have either a build up of ice it the vents in the back of the frezzer unit also check to see if you can hear the fan working in the frezzer if not that would be you main problem

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