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My walk-in freezer is developing stilagtights (ice castles) on the floor and cieling in front of the evaporator coil.MY drain pan is not plugged when I pour water down it.

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Check for vapor leaks at the seems and in the area where the stalactites are forming on the ceiling and below where the stalagmites are forming on the floor. It is likely that you could also have a vapor leak on the door seal causing a large inrush of moisture or a small one on the seems of the freezer. Note I am a Food Safety Auditor this is a common problem we see several times a month and it can be fixed.

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You should check for air leaks around the door gasket or any other openings in the compartment such as where pipes or wiring is going through the wall. It sounds like a moisture problem from moisture being drawn into the compartment pass door gaskets or access holes.

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