What Causes Ice to Build up in the Bottom of My Kenmore Freezer?

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Ice building up in the bottom of a Kenmore freezer can be caused by a good seal not forming when the freezer is closed. Check to make sure there is nothing blocking the gasket from forming a complete seal. Other causes are repeated opening of the freezer, especially in very humid months and air vents.
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