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If you have the thermostat set too low it will freeze up. Make sure you have a thermometer that works in there to monitor the temperature after you thoroughly defrost the coil. No lower than 35 Degrees f. Also keep the doors closed as much as possible. If you've done all of this already and it still freezes up consider checking the cooling coils making sure they are clear of dirt, dust, paper and wrapping debris. If you did all of that you may have an improper refrigerant charge. The old "hit and run" refrigerant charge can work on air conditioning but almost never works on restaurant equipment. Make sure its evacuated and recharged with the exact amount of refrigerant by the ounce. Its called a critical charge for a reason. Hope this helps and good luck.
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