Question about Frigidaire Refrigerator Light Switch - 5303289051
24 hours ago I turned the refergerator temp down because the
food on the door wasn't cold.It is set on a 3.
We have a meat storage drawer at bottom that I only put fruit in
it has a seperate control I set on COLD. Now I have a puddle of water
in the Meat/Fruit drawer. What do you suggest?
You seem to have conflicting information here.
If you turn the therostat DOWN it is setting it to defrost that will not help the food in the door to get cold it gets it warmer. The water is possibly from the fridge being in defrost mode and the tube that usually direcfts it to a tray beneath the fridge to waste tray that evaporates the water from the heater coil has somehow been directed back into the crisper draw.
tfry turning the fridge to colder not warmer. Hope i interpreted this correctly, language is a wonderful tool when facial expression and visuals are available otherwise its a handicap
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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