Question about Freezers
This problem sounds like the door seals have either perished or broken somewhere. Check that the seals along the outside edge of the inside of the doors are intact and not damaged in any way. Any gaps or crushed parts may result in cold spots on the outside of freezer. There may even be a foreign object between the cabinet and the door seal, if so remove.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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