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On the bottom left and right there is a plug that supplies the door heaters with power. follow the plug and wiring harness along the bottom of the freezer to make sure all of the connections are good.
if you have power to the plug, check resistance to the plug coming out of the door. if you have no resistance the door heater is no good and cannot be replaced. if you are building up frost and ice on the door frame and center mullion , that heater is replaceable.

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The Mulluen heaters will be Built into the frame not in the door.

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