It's about 5-6 years old. It's making a lot of sense now, because we had a party this past weekend and my lovely wife had set it to fast ice on Sunday. We noticed the problem on Monday morning. This is the first and only time I have ever had this happen. Cooler weather=colder input water=less energy to freeze. Add to that the whole fast ice thing and bingo! Frozen line! Any expert advice on how to salvage what's in the freezer short of get a cooler and cook what you have to? Maybe just take the door outside and cut a piece of thick rigid insulation and shove it where the door was.
On some models, you may be able to used a quicker method. Using a blow dryer along the outside along the hinge side. It works about 50% of the time. The down side, you want to apply minimum heat to the door gasket.
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