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Freezer seems to drip water and makes icicles. The door h as not been left open - bought with 5-year old home.

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    Johnny May 11, 2010

    bad door gasket?

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: SIDE BY SIDE Frig & freezer

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Sounds like a noisy evaporator fan. Take the shelves out ot the freezer then take the panels on the back wall of the freezer off. The fan will be there. Then you will know for sure thats the source of the noise. When it is time to replace it...easy fix. (few screws) Here is an excellent source for the part..www.repairclinic.com. My favorite place for appliance parts.

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Posted on Jan 16, 2008

deby69
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SOURCE: water leaking from bottom of freezer compartment

the condensation drain line might be clogged.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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SOURCE: GE Side by Side, water leak inside freezer door

you will need to [possibly replace the solinoid valves on the backdside of the refrigerator

Posted on Apr 03, 2009

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SOURCE: freezer is not keeping cold and forming icicles along wall

It may just be a defrost timer. Search online for information. There is plenty to be had. Check with the website of GE for a parts breakdown or your manual if you still have it for the location of the defrost timer. You can turn it manually so it goes into defrost. Does the unit seem to be running all the time and never shuts off? If so that timer could be stuck in the cool mode and the evaporator is freezing up solid so air wont flow over it to properly cool. I've had two refrigerators I've had to repair that had defrost timer problems. One stuck in the defrost cycle and wouldn't turn on to cool, the other did what you are describing. It stuck in the cool cycle and wouldn't defrost you may need to manually bypass the cooling cycle several times to allow it to completely defrost. Usually it cycles in cool from 6,8 or ten hours and only stays in defrost for over twenty minutes. That should defrost it and allow it to start cooling again. If you notice that frost has disappeared inside on the wall replace the timer.

Posted on May 23, 2009

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SOURCE: ice maker is dripping and forming an icicle at the front right of the ice maker

you need to defrost the drain hole and clean it out... sounds like it is frozen

Posted on May 23, 2009

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