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Defrosting I have teenagers and they left the door open now i have a huge chunk of ice.

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Remove all items place in cooler, this is going to be awhile.
Turn temp down for freezer thaw it. Placing towels in there to remove water from time to time. Star freezer back up with door closed. maintain usuage.

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IS IT ICE OR FROST? IF IT IS ICE, THE DOOR MAY HAVE BEEN LEFT CRACKED OPEN.
IF IT IS FROST, IS THIS A FROST FREE FREEZER?
IF YES, IS THE FROST ON THE BACK WALL?
IF YES, THERE IS A DEFROST FAILURE AND YOU WILL NEED TO TROUBLESHOOT THE DEFROST CIRCUIT.
IF THE FROST IS ON THE FOOD OR AROUND THE DOOR OPENING, A SEAL LEAK HAS ALLOWED WARM MOIST AIR INTO THE FREEZER AND CREATED THE FROST. CHECK THE DOOR SEAL FOR A GAP WHEN CLOSED.

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Something wrong with Harvesting cycle, ICE will not come out, coils freeze up.


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