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Frost and ice on flap of ice maker

Frost and ice keeps appearing on the flap of the ice maker i have just replaced both panels at back and front some one told me it could be the door seal but it seems ok have you any other solution for my problem

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  • norm18 Feb 19, 2008

    the frost and ice is coming over the flap of the ice maker on the left hand side and building up on the front of the flap

  • norm18 Feb 21, 2008

    The make of the fridge freezer is WHIRLPOOL MODEL NUMBER S20BRSB21-A/G American style

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2014

    doors where taken off to when replaced back on ice maker wouldnot work

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Look down in the chute where the ice despences see if its closing all the way

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  • robert samples Feb 19, 2008

    whats the brand and model of the unit ive never seen a flap on an ice maker they are usualy just square plastic boxes

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