Question about Freezers
Before i can access the issue I need to ask if you have a humidity gauge in your home?
You need to check the overall moisture content in your home. Because Freezers and refrigerators create a lot of heat and have to condensate moisture they will have some water that should be evaporated by the pan under or on top of the compressor.
However, if you home has a high humidity, which may not be noticed by yourself, Freezers will condensate a large mount of water. If the freezer is in the basement or near another warm source like a furnace, hot water heater or washing machine it may make more moisture.
So check the humidity levels around your freezer for at least one week. Check it in the morning and afternoon after work lets say.
The humidity should be between 30-50%. If it is higher than this I would suggest a dehumidifier. High humidity in a house can cause wood damage , mold and other issues like excessive moisture on a freezer or older fridges.
If you find that the humidity levels are within range I might suggest that you use a small fan to circulate air around the area the freezer is in. The only other option is to replace the freezer with a new model the reduces exterior moisture.
I hope that his helps you in getting this issue resolved!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
youyr best bet would be to build a frame that the casters are welded to and there are no holes in the outer shell of the freezer. some L shaped angle would work nicely for this application and then there would be plenty of support for when the freezer is loaded up with product. Be sure that teo of the casters are lockable and two in the swivel freely.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
Your drain line is clogged. Take a small diameter pice of wire and snake out the drain line from inside the freezer.
You may have to access the back rear near the compressor and separate the drain line there and clean it further.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
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