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Fan behind rear shroud in freezer seems to be hitting ,,,ice I presume,,making a racket , NOISE,,,,,,,,,what can I do ??

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It seams to be a defrost prob or has some one left the door open for long time if not it is most likely a defrost timer problem are u mechanical minded if not consult a pro is should only cost $200.00 max

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