GE refrigerator condensing

I have a GE TBF-16D, freezer on top. Inside everything is normal (dry and cold) but outside there is condensation, but only around the freezer area. The condensation is on the top of the freezer near the front (not on the door, but on the main cabinet), and then also forms down the front facing edge along the length of the freezer door's opening, also right on the main cabinet.
Switch is set to "humid". This is in a basement, but, not an especially damp basement. Is cold air escaping past the door seals? Wouldn't that also cause condensation inside?
Thanks for your help! Brian
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Hi,
That is part of the full model#.
Sweating could be the heater that the switch turns on is burnt out, air leak around door gasket or possible void in the insulation.
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