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When freezer is in holiday mode is it still okay to leave frozen goods in freezer. Thank you

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Yes it is holiday mode is like you ,running alittle bit slower but still functioning.hope this helps.

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First, I'm not a LG tech.
Check your warranty and call for service.
*** Following is for information only.***
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