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Old 02-12-2015, 09:50 PM  
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Where are you getting the ice now?
Have any pics ( with the back cover removed )?

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Default Ice on coil cover

The ice builds up on the coil cover. I have not yet removed it. The the pic
had on my original post is the only one.

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Have any pics ( with the back cover removed )?

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I couldn't really see any icing on the picture posted in the first posting.

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I couldn't really see any icing on the picture posted in the first posting.

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That was because I took the photo after defrosting. It had a big coat of ice and I could see the coils were solid ice at the time. Thanks again for the reply!
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It had a big coat of ice and I could see the coils were solid ice at the time
Too bad we couldn't see that.

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