Question about Frost Refrigerators
Where does it frost up? Door gasket? Edge of door? Edge of freezer where the door meets freezer box? The answer ultimately is either lack of or diminished insulation or leaking air around the door gasket. All refrigerators and freezers have heaters around the door to prevent "sweating" or frosting. Check if the economizer switch is set to on, that turns off the door heaters.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Jan 20, 2016 | Freezers
Hi Dale Dibb, thank you for your inquiry!
I understand that the food inside of your Frigidaire freezer is getting frost on the inside of the packages. I would recommend turning the temperature up inside of your freezer. Additionally moisture inside of the package would cause frost to develop on the inside of the food packages.
Please assure that all possible moisture has been removed out of the food packages prior to placing the items inside of the freezer. If there is anything else that I can help you with, please feel free to reconnect! -Matt
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