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GE Upright Freezer problem/door

The door no longer makes swoosh vacuum sounds when closing. also the bottom of the freezer is thawing out.   I did defrost the freezer, but this didn't help the problem.  Any other ideas?

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Re: GE Upright Freezer problem/door

The door seal is damaged or the hindge alignment have allowed the warm air to enter and the cold air to leak out the of the freezer. Look and feel around the door for the cold air and check the top and bottom hinges to make sure they haven't become loose. Look for tears also around the seal because this will do the same thing. Let me know what you find. JT

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