LG LFX25960ST refrigerator food freezing above the pantry draw. Made all the tempature adjustments and still happening.
I have the same problem and I know the solution.
For LG to get their "in the door icemaker" to work,
they have to blow cold air into the door's icemaker compartment. This air
travels through two vents located just inside the refrigerator on the left
side. The problem LG has is that the seals between the door and the
refrigerator for these vents leak. This means that cold air is vented into the
refrigerator compartment. Any sensitive food placed on the bottom two shelf on
the left side will freeze. I can place two bowls of water in my refrigerator
and make ice in 6 hours, even though the refrigerator is set to 38 degrees. The
good thing is that LG knows there is a design problem and they know they can
not fix it. After calling LG repairmen out for my freezing problem and not
getting the seals fixed, LG gave up. Of course LG will try replacing the seals,
and then replacing the door; but the real problem is a bad seal design. Just
keep putting bowls in your refrigerator and as long as they continue to freeze
up, keep calling LG back and demand that they fix the problem. LG can not fix
the problem because it is a bad design, so now I am getting a new refrigerator
Model LFX 29927, which is better and has dual icemakers. If you an LG refrigerator with their in the door icemaker, place two bowls
of water inside the refrigerator, and if your seals are bad and they freeze;
complain to LG until they give you a new refrigerator.
Nov 10, 2009 |
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