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Ice build up

Ice is forming on the back wall (left side, middle) of the refrigerator compartment.  Other than that, all seems normal.  Any advise?

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  • leechesnut Jul 15, 2008

    No.  The refrigerator is not new.  It is about 6 years old.  Your expert asked me a question and I don't see any way to "reply" to the experts question.  Please let me know asap.  Thanks.

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Hi

is it brand new?

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