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Ice build up and loud noice when fan comes on

The refrig is about 2 years old. Ice is building up on the back and when the fan comes on, it makes a loud buzzing noise. Any suggestions on what is wrong and how to fix?

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  • Anonymous Jul 16, 2008

    Hi, I have a Kenmore bottom freezer model 795.75283402 and for the last 3 weeks or so ice has been building on the back wall behind the ice maker. What could be the problem.

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You have a defrost proble you will need to acess the timer and advance it to defrost post the model number so i can direct you most likely your heater is out in the evaprator

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