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Inspect the condenser coil radiator for a layer of lint blocking the airflow through it, and vacuum any debris you find there. Check the fan blade, if you have one, to make sure it's turning. If this does not solve the problem, please let me know.
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Normally when that is happening the unit is low on freon. You should remove the back panel in the freezer section and inspect the frost pattern on the evaporator coil. See if only part of it is frosty and the rest is bare aluminum with no frost. If that is the case your unit has a leak.
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