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Frezzer door no loger shutting

Drawers will no longer fit which stops door shutting frezzer

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Check tro make sure the holders ore on correctly, and or you dont have the drawers in wrong positon, some are slanted behind to accomidate slant of freezer section.

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Running all the time means you either have to clear/clean your condenser... Check for good tight door seals... and make sure the doors/vents are not blocked by any contents...

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((HIGHLY IMPROBABLE... but do-able)).

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