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FREEZER IS FORMING ICE IN VERY BOTTOM AND CAUSING DOOR TO STICK

FREEZER IS FORMING ALOT OF ICE ON BOTTOM AND DOOR IS GETTING STUCK?

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First of all, defrost the freezer. after that swich off your refregerator for about 8hrs and place the thermostart point on 3...............now try it. i'm sure that your problem will be solved

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I understand that your refrigerator is defrosting but you are getting a patch of ice to form due to water leaking inside the freezer. It may be a moisture build up in your freezer. Which may be caused by the door being slightly opened, when that happens warm air can enter the refrigerator and cause a moisture build up. You could also check to see if your door seal is bad, the way to test that is to place a dollar bill between the body of the refrigerator and close to the door. Pull the dollar bill out, if it sticks it is good, but if bill comes out easily the gasket need to be checked. Hope this is helpful- Matt

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Best to manually defrost your freezer. Empty your freezer. Turn fridge off. Put a pot of boiling water and close the door. Leave for some time to defrost the ice. You can repeat this a couple of times to defrost the ice. Otherwise you can use a blow-dryer as well.

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