Question about Refrigerators
Depending on the type and model of your refrigerator, the ice should be melted by either the normal flow of air inside the unit (in that case make sure nothing is blocking it and especially that nothing is touching the back panel) or by a resistor embedded in the back panel - in that case the resistor must be checked and that is a job for a pro - the back panel must be removed and the electric contacts tested.
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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