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So to start, there is not a vacuum system, but can you explain what you mean by it's not sealing correctly? What are you seeing exactly?
OK so it sounds like you just need to form the door seal since you have already replaced it. You'll need to use a hair dryer and heat up the door seal all the way around for about an hour or so. All the wrinkles should be removed and the seal should be very pliable. After this, close the door and heat up the door seal again all the way around especially where you see any gaps. Heat it up until it touches the frame of the freezer all the way around. Then leave the door shut for about 4-6 hours to allow the seal to cool and set. After that you should be good to go again.
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Hello again. I'm just following up because I haven't heard back from you and I see this question is still open. Is there anything else I can help you with?
OK good luck