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Using a hair dryer defrost all of the coils. There are 3 things that will cause this. First the defrost timer, 2nd the defrost t-stat and last the defrost heater. Most of the time it is the defrost t-stat that is the cause of thisproblem. It is located on the coils and has 2 wires comimg off of it with one wire going to the heater and the other going to the timer. Hope this helps. Very easy and inexpensive to do if you take your time. Hope this helps.

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