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I have a hotpoint freezer 8721. The top compartment is consistently freezing up really quickly, which makes it difficult to close the door,which ultimately means im forever defrosting the freezer. I have altered the freezer settings to Economy and obviously not fast freeze, is there anything else i can do, is there another setting i can change that ive missed? Many thanks

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Check your door seal gaskets on the freezer door. Your model number is incomplete but I take it that this is not a frost free model. Placing a dollar bill between the frame and the door in the closed position should give resistance when slid or pulled. If not your door seal gasket could be bad or your door out of adjustment.

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