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Ice forming from back of freezer to ice tray. no water, noice

Ice formed from the back of my freezer where the water comes out of the tube to the ice tray. I defrosted the ice that I could see. I never did get any true flow of water nor any ice. The ice formed again and now I don't know what to do. At this moment, I am defrosting the freezer. I do not have my manual, the refrigerator is less than 1 year old. Can you help me?
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jeanette

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  • jothetreeman Jan 28, 2008





    I will try your solution...will let you know. So far, I cannot get any water, will see if it gives ice.

    thnk you



  • robert samples May 11, 2010

    whats you brand and model number

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Girlfriend, all refrerators are self defrosting now days, this has nothing to do with your icemaker. Your's could be one of two things a frozen ice tube, or a bad ,or leaking water vavle. There are fixes for both problems. But it would help to have your modle number and brand. Because diffrent uints have diffrent problems. Please don't rate us yet til we fix your problem, give us more infromation and we will be more than gald to help you. Thank You Tech 17

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Hi

always defrost your fridge at least once a month if it starts to form oce specially at the back. whenever you defrost too, try to leave it to dry at least 6 hours for the ice to really melt at the back. once theres no ice, wipe with clean damp cloth.

hope this helps

Posted on Jan 27, 2008

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