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Freezing every so often this unit freezes up and everything that is in it..ie..ingredients that are in the inserts that sit on the top as well as everything else that is in the bottom of the unit

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Keep the prep top table pans covered when not in use. Never leave empty holes where pans should be. If the pans are empty put a couple of inches of water in them to keep some heat load there. Check the door gaskets and door seal on the base doors. Make sure the thermostat is set on number 5. If all of this checks out probably need a new thermostat, but if it's erratic I suspect you will find it's one of the former problems.

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