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This is not a problem with the seal along the door. The issue is that your drain line has clogged. You'd need to pull everything out of the freezer and remove the entire drawer on your freezer. The back panel in your freezer is what you are trying to get at. There will be many screws going into the back panel that you need to remove because you must remove the back panel inside your freezer itself. This will expose a silver evaporator and a drain trough below it. There is a drain hold in the middle of the drain trough and it's clogged so you'll need to thaw it out with a hair dryer and turkey baster with hot water. Then either blow compressed air down the drain hole or get a pipe cleaner and clean down the drain hole so that the issue doesn't come back.
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