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That means the unit is low on freon or the sealed system has a line blocked in the cap tube or drier. These are major issue and not a DIY repair. Also if you are the guy that closed out the question on me last time wasting my time...you should know that the reason the unit is icing in that spot is because that is where the blockage is and you are getting the pressure drop of freon there causing the blockage
No problem, not sure why you have a hard time with the facts of how a a refrigeration system works, but stand by for another tech. When you do get the same info that you have a cap tube restriction please respond back to me thanks and have a good weekend.