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GE Monogram all freezer about 4 years old has a door seal that won't seal and it ices up at bottom. We have defrosted three times. Is there a way to test if the door is hung crooked?

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If the door hang is bent the door wont be vertical you can see it.
You can try taking apart the door and mounting it back.
More likely you need to replace the gasket.

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