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My fridge has a very hot front frame which can be felt when the doors are open. Ice is forming on one of the drawers making it hard to open.Its a whirlpool Model Number 6G25DCXHSOO.
My location is Raby in sydney NSW.

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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