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    Hey all, anybody know a lot about uprights?

    i have a FFU21D9CW2 (fridgidaire)

    Having some issues with this thing, it is older, but the temp alarm keeps going off, i suspect it is an issue with the door gasket, i can hear it vacuum closed when i close the door, and it is relatively cold but obviously not enough for the door alarm to be happy..

    Like i said i have suspicions that its the door gasket, but is there any way to confirm this? i really don't wanna drop $200 on a new door gasket only for that to not be the problem...
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    Measure the temperature.

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    its at -10C at the highest setting... seems not cold enough to me, that's probably why the temp alarm goes off, i am pretty sure the alarm is fine, its the freezer that isn't cooling well enough... i am just looking for a good way to determine if the gasket is actually the problem... physically it seems fine, no cracks or anything
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    I've had my fridge/freezer coils freeze over with ice and air couldn't pass over it. It was caused by the fridge/freezer door being left open over time. Check to see if you have bad ice build up on your coils, and if so clean them up

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    Originally posted by HomespunLobster
    I've had my fridge/freezer coils freeze over with ice and air couldn't pass over it. It was caused by the fridge/freezer door being left open over time. Check to see if you have bad ice build up on your coils, and if so clean them up
    yeah i unplugged it and thawed it out for a couple days the first time the alarm went off just to check for this, but it didn't resolve the issue.
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