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The root cause may be the closure flap in the ice hopper delivery chute. There is a spring-loaded flap up there which opens when you actuate the dispensing lever. Make sure it is closing all the way and sealing (there is a foam seal on the "ice" side of the flap, check it for damage) or the ice in the bottom of the hopper can melt and drip down into the ...


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Someone I know brought an old, working fridge from an old house to a new flat, where it would frequently trip the circuit breaker. The electrician said that this is fairly common with old fridges and modern (i.e. switched rather than a fuse wire) circuit breakers. There are simpler switched circuit breakers (e.g. without ground leak detection?) that might ...


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If it's an old refrigerator, the sealed unit could be leaking refrigerant. In this case, it's probably time to buy a new refrigerator.



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