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Bottom freezer Over the last few weeks my freezer has been collecting water at the bottom inner floor and freezing it. Now I have notice a temp. change. I pulled the back off and noticed that there was significant ice collected on the right hand side as you face the freezer. It seems to be focused around the copper pipes and pipes that lead into the coils. I melted the ice with a hair dryer and put it back together. Any clue to which part is bad? Thank You!!

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It may be that the door was completely closed at some time this will cause this fault, or you have a defrost sensor fault. Regards Advisor

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