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Question DetailsAsked on 9/27/2020

chest freezers (40 years old) raising the bottom floor.

My mom is getting older and cannot reach the bottom. Want to put something at the bottom of the freezer to raise the contents of the freezer. Can you please advise if there is an issue with this. Was planning to use inverted rectangular Styrofoam ice boxes to raise the inside floor of the freezer. Want to ensure that by using these, I am not impairing the cooling coils from freezing the inside of the freezer and or causing additional heat build up. if its smarter, I could use upside down milk crates. (i.e.. Not sure if there are cooling coils in the base of the fridge or if this was never done by design.

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