Question about Refrigerators
We often (weekly) have to clean out water from the fridge part of our fridge/freezer (fridge on top section). I can see ice drops forming on the inside back wall of the fridge. I take it that these melt as the wall temperature in the fridge rises above freezing.
We have the set-point in the fridge around 6 degrees C.
Check your gasket on the refrigeratordoor with a dollar bill. it should have resistance when pulled out from between the gasket and door. if not then replace the gasket. or the drain tube in the freezer compoartment is clogged up and not draining properly. good luck and contqact me if theres more to the problem ok.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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