My fridge/freezer is building up two ice spots.
The first is in the top right hand corner of the fridge and causes no real problems that I can see.
The second one is the problem.
The ice builds up right in the channel which the water should drain out of on the right hand side.
the left hand channel is clear and never build up ice.
The drain pipe in completely free. I defrosted the whole unit but this made no difference.
The right hand channel gets an ice build up right above the unit which I think is the temp sensor. This causes the water to be diverted over the ice, then over the sensor unit and under the right hand salad crisper. I then get water in the bottom of the fridge.
If I remove the ice regularly, I get no problems but I have to do this every day. I even smeared some olive oil in the channel to see if the ice build up would stop.
In every other way, the fridge/freezer works perfect. I've had it for about 12 years and it's been a faithful servant and supplied many many cold beers
Is there something I can do to solve this problem?
I have attached a few pic's below to show the large build up of ice and the problem part in the channel.
The unit model number is FR34