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Are you saying you see ice on the tubing going into the freezer compartment on the rear of the unit?
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I am still here... I had to go to my day job and was gone for a while. THe ice you are seeing does it disappear a few minutes after the compressor starts?
Looking underneath and seeing ice is not a good thing, the ice may form for a minute or two when the unit starts it's cycling but should defrost within seconds after that, you may have a partial restriction in your sealed system that is not allowing the refrigerant to flow properly, if this is so then you will need to have an EPA certified tech to look at it, as you cannot perform this repair on your own legally.
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