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Mustangj

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I pugged my keezer in yesterday and now it's taking forever to get to 40F, along the top of the freezer there is a little section of frost.

Is the freezer broke?
 

mmb

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If it is frosting over, it's getting cold enough to freeze condensation on the freezer walls.

I would check your seals and see where there is a leak that is letting warm air in.
 

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I'd say something is wrong with your freezer. It looks like ALL the coolant is stuck at the top, so its freezing up there, and no where else.

when a freezer is on a temperature controller, you should get NO frost, just condensation (hence the suggestion for some damp rid). a keezer should be above freezing temperature...thus no frost.
 
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