Question about Refrigerators
Sometimes water molecules will gather there over time and eventually will bulid up. chances are you have a plastic chute and those tend to gather ice easy opposed to the rubber ones. Either way, if you pull the chute out from the back of the refrigerator and clear the ice out you'll be back in business.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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