Question about KitchenAid Superba KSRS27CN Side by Side Refrigerator
probably an ice dam. unplug it and put everything in another fridge.
take all the shelves and icemaker parts out of the freezer and in the back usually is an access cover that runs the length of the freezer depending on the model, try and and take that off. put a hairdryer in the door and check it every 10 minutes. if you cant get the cover off put the dryer in the freezer on LOW ONLY and bring the door shut so theres a few inches for air circulation. and check it every10-15 minutes, keep the hair dryer away from plastic parts, so its shooting straight towards the back. it may take a day without removing the cover but that might get you going. dont use sharp objects to remove that ice blockage, let if fall away. if its still acting up after a couple days of this call the repairman.
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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