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While clearing out frozen rubbish out of the base of the chest freezer I've slightly punctured the lining, can I still use the freezer?do I need to put body filler into it.

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Yes, you need to patch the hole right away with epoxy. Before applying the epoxy make sure you sand and clean around the punctured area to give the epoxy a rough surface to adhere to. Turn the freezer off and wait for it to achieve room temperature before applying the epoxy.

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