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Hello, I bought my Woods Upright Freezer a couple of years ago, and it has never self-defrosted. It is always building up with ice. Do I have it on the wrong setting, or is there something else I should be looking at. I have misplaced my manual for it and no longer have warranty on it. Help! I am manually defrosting it again today.

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