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GE Monogram ZISW36DYA ... frozen ice-cycle rivulets run down both sides of freezer (water off for days to verify it is not ice maker) ... defrost control clicks when rotated and advances with time ... do not hear evaporator fan ... any ideas appreciated ... is the evaporator fan replaced from the front or back of freezer?

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Seems to me that might be a clogged defrost drain or maybe a dripping water valve. Doing that. I have the service manual with nice pictures in it that show clearly how to access the components.

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