HI,Thank you for using Just Answer my name is ***** ***** I will help with your question.I suggest the rubber seal is washed along with the frame that it sits on, and DRIED thoroughly. Also, if your temp is set too high, this can increase the vacuum inside the fridgeIf that does not work maybe a little talc on the seal might help.
Hi If you open and close it then try to open it again with in a short time the frost-free may still be active.
Frost free sucks all the air out of the freezer to prevent all the icing.I find pulling back the insulation for a second releasing the pressure makes it easier to open, or waiting 10 minutes for the pressure to equalize.
Please let me knwo how that goes, it could also be a clogged vent making this problem seem worse.
If you still have trouble you can use Baby powder all the way around the door seal. This should help quite a bit . But It sounds like you may need to defrost this frost free unit as sometimes ice formation behind the rear wall will cause this problem. To do this properly you need to empty the fridge and freezer, and then defrost it for 24 hours with the doors OPEN.
This should help a great deal with this issue;-)
In any case, I will stick with you until this is complete.
Please rate my service kindly.
Also it is the only way I am credited for my time and expertise with you.
Once you rate, I will be notified and will add your question to my priority list so you can reach me anytime until this problem is solved.
Then you can reach me by simply replying to this message anytime.
Hi Ok, yes I woudl defrost this one for 24 hours and then try baby powder but make sure you wash and dry the seal well, especially at the bottom first.
Hi lol I understand you really do need to defrost this one because it is a high likelihood that the vent for the door seal is frozen over as these will do;-)
Please rate kindly now So we can remain together until you have time to do the defrost operation.