Question about Refrigerators
I have a Westinghouse upright fridge/freezer (approx 200L). I've just switched it on after a year in storage. The freezer seems to be working fine, but there is water dripping from all over the inside of the fridge shelves and compartments - it's condensating very badly. Can someone suggest what might be causing this. By the way, I was given the fridge and put it straight into storage so I do not know what temperature it was set on before storage, or whether it had condensation problems before I got it.
Sounds as if you have a door not closing possibly. check your door seals, if refrig door doesnt seal all around your going to be getting warm air leaking in and will condense on the colder shelves and upper wall for sure
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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