The door seal is the only choice that makes sense. Fan, and
defrost equipment would make the freezer frost at the back wall.
How can I tell if the fan needs to be replaced?
CY: Bad evaporator fan, you won't hear it run while the fridge is
running. Open the freezer, and push the door button, see if you
can hear it. You mentioned feeling cold air, so that's not
likely. Also if the refrig is cold, the fan isn't the problem.
: do I access the fan compartment?
CY: Typically take all the food and shelves out of the freezer.
Take the back wall out of the freezer.
If it turns out that the fan is not
: the problem, the only other offender I can suspect is the door
CY: Well, there are other problems that can be the case. From
what you describe, it's a bad door seal.
: However, I'm reluctant to consider the seal as a first option
: it looks good and makes a tight seal all around when the door
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