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The cabinet door next to the dishwasher is warping, i notice quite a bit of warm moist air inside the cabinet whenever the dishwasher is running

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Our Bosch dishwasher always has condensation after completing the cycle. Is there a reason for this?


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Frig door does not stay closed


When you say that it will not stay closed, what exactly do you mean? That the door seal does not meet the cabinet, that there is a gap? Is the door warped? Does it appear to be out of line with the hinges on the top and bottom? Is the space around the door when shut and looking at the front pretty much equal all the way around? I mean, when shut, does it appear that there is about 1/4 to 1/2 inch of the cabinet showing all around the door when shut? Has someone swung or leaned or tugged on the door, or closed the door or tried to close the door and something was keeping either the top or the bottom pushed out? There are adjustments on the hinges, at the attachment points to the cabinet and to the door itself. You may be able to adjust the hinge plates in or out and up and down to make the door seal better. And the box should be about half a bubble out of level, front to back, or with a slight angle front to back, in order to help the weight of the door seal to the cabinet of the refrigerator. If the door is warped, you may be able to determine which way it is bent, out at top, out a bottom, side to side, ect. and take it off the hinges and gently attempt to straighten this bend. If you are careful, and can determine there is warping at the top or bottom, you may be able to "straighten" the door while attached to the hinges. Gentle pressure is the procedure, GENTLE, GENTLE. Don't get the BIG HAMMER out and go to banging away. Just a push up here, and a tug down there, and you may be able to cure this fairly easy. You must first determine which way the door is warped, and then move it back the other way. It should seal the gasket to the cabinet, not so much attach the door to the cabinet edges, but a firm seal that takes a tug to open. And no air gaps. Are the products inside the refrigerator "sweating". This is the drawing of warmer room air into the cabinet and condensation forming. The door needs to seal in order to keep the cold air in, and the outside air OUT. I an extreme warping, you may have to replace the door, or use bungee straps to keep it shut. which will be a pain, removing those every time you need in it. I would try and determine where it may be bent or warped, and gently bend it back the other way a little at a time till I have the seal connecting all the way around. Once there, QUIT. No more bending. When the seal connects all the way around, you are finished. Problem solved. I wish you luck and hope that you can solve this fairly easy. Remember, be Gentle. It will warp easily. And no hanging on the door!

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The oven is producing a ton of heat on countertop next to stove and in cabinets


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I have just recently noticed a black mouse and it always seems to go back underneath by dishwasher but i have a Frigidaire Ultra Quiet not a Maytag. Could the mouse be living inside of it?


I'll be he's just hanging out underneath...hey it's warm under there... There's no way he could be getting IN the unit. Remember the dishwasher cabinet is a sealed unit...it's gotta keep the water inside w/o leaks... with the door closed, that is..
There's a little space under your dishwasher that's a great mouse house... eek!

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Modern refrigerators are designed to self defrost and it is essential to the airflow to have an evaporator coil that is clear for air movement. If the rear interior panel of the freezer has frost appearing, it is most likely a defrost problem and must be corrected before temperatures can be restored to normal. Your refrigerator most likely has a defrost timer located on bottom behind grate, or inside behind control panel. Could you find the correct model number so I can help you better. Thanks, Sea Breeze
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Hi, These cabinets have 2 sheets of tempered glass with an airspace between and are fully reversible I would doubt they are warped. My best guess is that the cabinet is not square. If you have a level, check it across the top of the cabinet not the door. Also check it diagonally both directions. The cabinet has feet which are adjustable unless you have a low spot on the floor for which you may have to use a shim. Remember that it needs to lean slightly to the rear for the door to close on its own if partially open. Good Luck to you! Let me know how this works for you.

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Hi marseibold,

I'm Harvey the Master Plumber.

Your questoin is: You're wondering if you can further insulate your dishwasher for heat. You are redoing your kitchen, new appliances, cabinets, etc. and shortsightedly put the spice sliding pull-out cabinet next to the dishwasher. The spices get warm when you use the dishwasher. There is a bit of room between the cabinet and dishwasher. Any recommendations for further insulation?

Yes. I would get another insulation blanket off a d/w I'm disposing. Anyway, you need to get one and install it over the old one to decrease the heat transfer.

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The freezer door on our GE side by side fridge does not shut tightly in the center of the door causing a frost and ice build-up on the outside of the door, ( in the inside edges. We have been told that...


There are ways to adjust the hinges, and loosening the screws on the plastic door liner will allow you to "warp" to door a little bit in an effort to get it to line up flat and square to the opening. Sometimes the gasket gets folded up on the hinge side and won't let the door close properly. If you try these adjustments and the door just can't be fitted nicely, you have a serious ploblem. Use something straight to see if the cabinet is warped or if it is the door that is warped.

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