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Water can evaporate from ice. This is called "sublimation".
As a result, ice cubes shrink, especially in frost-free refrigerators, which are often very dry. Frost free models have a fan that circulates air internally so the moist air gets blown out, rather than
Freezers get condensation from moist air that gets inside when you open the door. Frost free models cycle off every few hours, and warm up a bit (a heating coil) to melt the condensation and then they blow that out so it won't form frost. They also blow out any vapour from the sublimating ice cubes. Then they cool down again.
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