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There is water from somewhere in my woods upright causing ice flows(6 inch buildup) on the bottom ..water around the freezer..possible causes?? noticed it mostly because suddenly all the food had freezer burn and crystals inside packages.

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Sounds like air infiltration gasket issue or power outage? proper freezer bags will stop the burning.

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