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Moisture/water buildup I have a T-49 and the interior seems to be "moist". Condensation beads on milk jugs, and on the shelf racks. We get mildew/mold very easily and have to sanitize the whole unit and start over. Same problem time after time. I checked drain lines - seem clear. By definition, the firdge should be drying the interior air as it cools. We're not putting in open containers (i.e. sources of moisture), so I'm not sure what to think. Ideas?

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It sounds like your T-49 is not maintaining a low enough temperature. I would put a mercury filled thermometer inside and monitor the temperature. Your unit should maintain a temperature lower then 40 degrees Fahrenheit. I usually set the units I work on to come on at 39 degrees and turn off at 33. The moisture should condense on the coils.

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