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Old 08-05-2016, 11:38 AM   #1
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Freezer (Automatic Norcold)

What is a safe but quick way of removing ice and allowing cold air to flow and how to keep it from coming back so soon.
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Old 08-05-2016, 04:13 PM   #2
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Are you asking what's the quickest way to defrost the freezer?

A hair dryer will make a pretty quick job of it, and if you only heat it up enough to loosen the ice from the cabinet it will cool back down pretty quickly.
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Ok, thank you much. I was kinda hoping there was some new tech way of doing things or some new gizmo on the market for things like this, but that's ok. The dryer should work fine. Thanks for the tip.
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Ok, thank you much. I was kinda hoping there was some new tech way of doing things or some new gizmo on the market for things like this, but that's ok. The dryer should work fine. Thanks for the tip.
Just be careful you don't warp the very thin plastic liner. Hold it back about 10"-12"
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Ok, will do. Thanks again.
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