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Kenmore 10654382300 side by side

Refer side wont maintain temp... upper part of door not sealing....door seal shot?
Condensation in the freezer also....are they related?

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HELLO VINCE.WITH REGARDS TO THE TEMP IN THE FRIDGE SECTION NOT STABLE THAT IS A RESULT OF THE DOOR SEAL ITS BEST YOU GET THAT REPAIRED ASAP AS THAT WILL RESULT IN THE FRIDGE RUNNING FOR A LONGER PERIOD.THE CONDENSATION IN THE FREEZER SIDE DEPENDS ON WERE IT EXACTLY IS IT DOESNT SOUND LIKE ITS RELATED IT MIGHT ALSO BE THAT THE FREEZER RUBBER ALSO NEEDS REPLACING.LET ME NO IF YOU NEED MORE ADVICE.GOODLUCK.MOHAMED

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Yes this is the problem with door seal as it maintains the inner temp and outer temp >Seal is its broken or shot then out side air will enter and condensation forms ,please fix the door seal .....


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Hi Vince,

Thanks for the posting in FIXYA.

Please repair the Freezer door as it is not sealing, due to which cooling is affected. If it is under warranty then contact to the manufacturer as soon as possible.


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ELLIN

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