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Fridge Condensation My refrigerator seems to have condensation around the water dispenser. The water also condenses on the inside of the door, next to the ice box. It drips down to the bottom freezer where it then freezes into icicles. My fridge is the LG Model LFX2597

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Check the seal of the rubber gasket, if there are improper seal of the magnet, pour hot water along it to soften the rubber. (be careful when handling hot water). When the rubber is soften, try to stretch it a little by pulling it. close the door and the magnet will keep the seal in place.

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