Question about Refrigerators
Most likely you have defrost problem look for snowy type ice build up on rear wall of freezer side. if its frosted up manually defrost the freezer either by turnog unit off and leaving doors open for several hours or you can remove the freezer cover and defrost the coil with a blow dryer.
the most common part to fail in the defrost system is the defrost thermostat.
Posted on Dec 20, 2007
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