Originally Posted by Bliss-Schip
has anyone had any success in sealing the top access freezer?
the back of the freezer hatch
has larger gaps and allows a lot of warm air in, causing the evaporator to ice up very quickly.
Very hard to say without seeing pictures of the hatch and the top/counter that it mates to. In general, creating a double seal provides the best insulation
if you have the depth
to do so as it creates a dead air space. If you have the room, consider using refrigerator
material. If not, then you'll likely need to make your own solution with closed cell foam.