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GDM-26 humidity very high

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I have a GDM-26 that I plan on using to store wine. I purchased and replaced the thermostat with the one from True designed for red wine. To get the correct temperature setting on the thermostat, I placed a wireless thermometer in the unit. The thermometer also reads the humidity and currently it fluctuates between 85%-95% humidity. This is much higher than I expected and will most likely result in mildew growth on the bottle labels.

Any ideas what could be wrong.

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Assuming fridge is at correct temp, i suspect fault is with your humidity detector. the humidity inside a fridge is a lot less than the outside air

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