Question about GE PFS22SISS
When I open the refrigerator, I find condensation in the center (where to doors come together) extending about a foot. It is slow build up. If I wipe it off and leave it alone, it won't reappear for hours. Ge came in and fixed a problem with the bottom freezer door and he thought it would also fix the refrigerator top problem. While the freezer not properly closing was fixed, the condensation continues.
Check your owners manual to see if your model has an "energy saver" switch somewhere. That switch turns on or off the heating around the doors to prevent moisture/condensation, etc. If it does, take it off the energy savings mode and put it in the other mode (energy savings means the heater is off to save a tiny bit of electricity over the years time). Also use a dollar bill and close the door on it to see if you can pull it out with the door closed, it should be a slight pull to remove it if the gasket is sealing right. Do this around the whole door a couple inches at a time and see if you have the same friction on pulling the bill out the sealed door.
Posted on Feb 04, 2007
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