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GE zir36n rh Monogram 36" built in refrigerator

There is a constant problem with excess moisture in the unit, build up of mold on condiment containers and all surfaces of the interior, as well as rusting of metal parts. recently dismantled the entire interior, steam cleaning all surfaces as soon as it was up and running water started accumulating in the bottom of the case!  Now what do I do?

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  • c1keil Oct 03, 2008

    thanks for the suggestion, but since this unit is built-in pulling out the fridge is not so simple. Can a not so handy homeowner accomplish this? or do I need to call in a repairman?

  • Anonymous Oct 11, 2008

    i have never had mold in a refrigerator --- and i have to clean this one thoroughly every few months because of it - it is a huge refrigerator - don't see how i can pull it out from it's built in space

  • sully02 Dec 23, 2008

    I have mold all the time in my frig (cost $4,000 for the frig so I was not expecting this problem.) This is for a GE Monogram 36" refirigerator. The freezer is a separate unit that is 36" Does any one have a solution?

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I finally got my refrigerator fixed after three years of complaining. The units are set up to have the fan running even if the cooling unit is not currently on. So when the unit is not cooling, then the fan is brining in moisture from the outside air which causes the water/mold. GE repair rewired the fan to run only when the unit cools on 4/20/10 and it has fixed my problem!!! Of course, this was only after I have thrown out a LOT of food!

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  • nike00 Feb 21, 2011

    Hi Phall525, can u advise if your fridge is still working fine without the mold issue after the fan was rewired? I am having the exact same issue and it is killing me. A tech replaced thermostat once and it is still molding. where are u located and do u have the repairman contact? i called ge back a few times but they have no clue! pls help!

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Hi the problem you are having, is that the drain tube going to the drain pan, at the bottom of fridge is clogged up . pull fridge away from the wall. remove back panel ,clean all coils. find the drain tube and clean . thanks the appliance doc

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    john gagnon Oct 03, 2008

    Hi. well if you can get at the drain tube . get a small plastic hose, from the hard ware store .and push the small hose down the drain tube. and blow through the tube. this should clear the blockage . thanks. the appliance doc

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