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what causes my ce to disappear from my ice cube trays in the freezer..?

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Everything else is just fine, but after about three weeks my ice cubes get really small and some of them disappear....???
ok, i get that when i use ice that it disappears. the ice is disappearing when its in the freezer.
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Erm... if it sits there long enough it might sublime enough to be noticable.
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This may be due to location of the tray of ice cubes. Usually if an item that is stored on the door of the freezer, it gets less frozen. Like my ice cream, it melted :l check where the tray of ice is and compare it to other items in your freezer. If the location is the problem, move the trays deeper into your freezer
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Maybe because you use lots of ice.

So as time go by when you get ice..it becomes a smaller amount.

Let me break it down for you..When YOU take the ice OUT the freezer,(where the ice is made) the amount(how many ice in the fridge) gradually decrease (as in goes down..less)


So stop using so much ice (the white/clear cold stuff you like to use)

i hope this helped.
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