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My upright freezer has condensation dripping down the door and also on back of it a bit

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Hi, It sounds like the door gasket is not sealing properly. Look on all sides of the door and see if there are any openings between the seal and the cabinet.
Sometimes the door can get twisted and not seal proper. If there is an area not sealing, try readjusting the door for a better fit.
I hope this helps you. Please let me know if I can assist you further.

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