Question about Refrigerators
99 percent of the time that is from leaking door gaskets or a door not closing completely. The moisture you are seeing is from air entering the refrigerator and the moisture in the air condenses to water. Check the door gaskets for a good seal all around and make sure there is no gaps anywhere when the doors are shut.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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