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Hi I have a upright 'Proline' freeze which seams to be running all the time and during the last few days the temp gage has moved in to the green area. I turned on the rapid freeze light and it has taken two days to move to just into the yellow. Also the side of the freezer (about 500mm from the base close to the door) is quite warm/hot to touch. Any ideas? Steve

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