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  1. Samurai Appliance Repair Man

    Freezer Mess

    From the album: Refrigerator Repair

  2. Hey Guys, Samsung Icemaker was not making ice, only thing I found was a thick buildup of ice on the bottom of the cover of the cube tray. Thawed the ice, it filled with water on its own, and while I was checking other things it dumped a load. Two questions: What would have caused ice build up on the BOTTOM of that plastic cover (almost like stalagmites)? It didnt look like reem frost and I didnt see any anywhere else, besides a small bit of pooled ice below the cover at the bottom of the icemaker assy (near the auger motor). Gasket seemed tight... And, do you think it could have been a fluke thing and I'm good to go at this point since it filled with water and dropped ice? I was going to post a pic, but cant see where to do that??? Thanks, Jared
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