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How do I adjust the defrost system?

The defrost sits too long and our freezer doesn't remain at freezing temperature during the night. Every item in there melts and is ruined, please help!

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Http://www.delfield.com/docs/uploaded/del/manuals/archive/dm6000.pdf
this is the site with a manual for the 6151S unit.
http://www.delfield.com/docs/uploaded/del/manuals/DM6000XL.pdf
here is another manual for the XL-S unit.
Hope this gets you what you are looking for

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