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Regular services micro fungus grows on the seal of fridgidair

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Hello Jusuf,

I see that you are having trouble with a micro fungus growing on the seal of your Frigidaire freezer, model# FFC13C3A. First, I would suggest changing the seal. There is no real way of getting that fungus off without compromising the seal itself. Second, if you have this in a basement or very humid area, I would suggest purchasing a dehumidifier. Humidity can cause this micro fungus to appear on the rubber seal. Hope this was helpful.

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