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The freezer is defrosting but it is plugged in...i know i need to defrost it it is full of ice could this be the problem. at first the red light didnt look on so i pressed the button andand it looks brighter...my husband was sweeping yesterday could he have knocked it...

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We got alot of ice chest and cleaned out the ice. this fixed the problem so far. we dint lose any food thank goodness.

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