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My refrigerator creates ice on the inside. I

My refrigerator creates ice on the inside. I cleaned it but it started creating frost. It gets cold but not enough.

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Is the gasket ok around door(s). If yes, then you have more serious issues and depending on age of unit, it may be better to replace then repair. Frost along doors is a sign of where air is leaking in.. if torn, then replace if just a gap, use a hair dryer to reshape, being careful not to keep hairdryer on any one spot too long.

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