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That frost is the reason the cooling is not well in the freezer.
Do you think the door may have been left open for an extended period to allow the frost to build?
That is probably allowing warm air into the cabinet. Does the door appear to be lower or sticking out at the front?
If you lift it slightly and close it, does it close better?
Does it appear that the seal may just be flattened or does the door appear to be "sprung" and not aligned?
I would use a hair dryer to heat the gaskets with until they conform to a perfect seal. Then, leave the door closed and undisturbed for an hour and I suspect the seal will improve. As for the frost, you can remove the rear panel from inside the freezer to thaw it manually and at the same times inspect the defrost heater. Or, you can leave the doors open for 24 hours and let it thaw naturally. Once it has thawed, proper cooling will resume. If it frosts up again, you likely have a faulty heater. Are you wanting to manually thaw it and inspect the heater at this time or thaw naturally?
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