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Foods like frozen peas,corn are full of frozen ice when I open the package. The ice cream is fine for about ten days then it starts to get ice crystals inside the box. It is a Fridigidaire about 17 years old. The fridgerator portion works fine The settings are all at the middle setting.Thanks
Your freezer is getting too warm during the defrost cycle, causing condensation in your veggies and eventually freezer burn. Likely your door seals are leaking as well after 17 years which introduces even more humidity into your freezer, but I'm assuming your talking about sealed bags of veggies? You need to decrease the temp in your freezer. Get a thermometer and make sure you average around zero degrees. The cause? When is the last time you cleaned the coils at the back of the fridge. Or if they are sealed, perhaps you need to have it serviced. You can try moving your freezer setting to a colder setting it may take care of the problem.
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