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Door condesation I have a GE Profile with French Door. Everytime I open it, there is water from condensation which formed at the top of the fridge where the doors come together. No where else only there. Can't figure out why is collects there?

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Hi, THere is either a door seal leaking or the moister switch located on the control panel is turned off. Check your door seals to make sure there are no rips.
I hope this helps. Please let me know if I can assist you further.

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