Question about Sub-Zero 642
Is it normal that the gasket along the opening side of the door, nearly the entire highth of the door is always hot? Seems wrong for the inside of a refrigerator to have a part that is producing HEAT.
That is normal and is designed that way to keep moisture from forming water drops on the door seals. The "old days" used electric heaters but most now use the heat from the compressor liquid. If it's really hot you may have dust all over the condensor coils and should be cleaned to reduce the compressors heat output. Other than that, it's normal operations!
Posted on Jan 31, 2007
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