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Elle13  
#1 Posted : Saturday, July 9, 2011 9:22:49 AM(UTC)
Elle13

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A few days ago I noticed that the ice maker wasn't producing ice. I cleaned the grate below the front door of the refrigerator and removed a lot of dog fur (St. Bernard who is shedding here in San Diego). It helped. Am getting small amounts of ice cubes again, but the refrigerator is warmer than it should be. Is there anything I can do before calling repair guy? Money is tight. Thanks.:confused:
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tvtech  
#2 Posted : Saturday, July 9, 2011 12:02:37 PM(UTC)
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blow the fur out of the coils with a leaf blower or shop vac in reverse flow. Yes yes messy but you want pay for service call go ahead.
richappy  
#3 Posted : Sunday, July 10, 2011 5:56:49 AM(UTC)
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Pull the back freezer panel and describe the frost pattern, then measure freezer temperature. After running a lot, it should be below zero.
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