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Theres a hot refrigerant line running through there between the doors to cut down on moisture. The more heat your freezer pulls out the hotter it is there... like when you move one and first plug in back in
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No, there is a heater in the seal of the doors to keep the doors from icing up, if it is hot to the touch then the heaters are going bad and must be replaced. You can replace it yourself by removing the door seals, and then removing the heating element that runs the whole door. When you do this make sure that the unit is unplugged.
It's usually caused by the condenser fan which is underneath around back. If it's not running when the compressor runs it will cause the problem you describe. You will need to remove the cardboard backing on the back of the fridge to access the fan.
That is normal and you may have just noticed that it gets warm or a little hot there. It is a heat strip placed behind the metal around your door to prevent moisture from forming around the door seal. If it was not there water would appear around the door on a daily basis, Thank You Sea Breeze
hi. thanks for the question .the heat between the doors is normal . its hot to keep condensation from running down the doors .but pull fridge away from wall. remove back panel and clean all the coils. very important. thanks the appliance doc