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The thing started making a louder-than-normal noise today, at least I noticed it today. I removed the bottom metal plate that goes across the bottom of the back. I cleaned everything I could. It had a lot of dirt on the black round part on the left of which is a fan. It runs quieter now but does not seem to turn off. It had been making ice fine. I turned the icemaker off and the thing is still running. It doesn't seem like it's going to turn off.

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I hope your Fridge is still running okay. I saw your post and your description sounded the same as mine 2 weeks ago. Now my fridge is not cooling much at all. Turns out the defrost heater isn't working. Hopefully I can find out why before a repair man takes me for $100's.

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