Question about Hotpoint FFA60 Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
Some units have a selector switch that says; reduce moisture/save energy. If you have this its obvious what to do. If you don't have one or are getting condensation anyway, check the door gasket. Make sure its getting a proper seal. The outside air has water in, aka, humidity. If the unit sucks air from outside, as it cools it will condense and make dropletts accumulate on the top. The drainage from the defrost may also be seeping in and cause the water too. Especially if its on the bottom. It may have a clogged drain line.
Posted on Mar 05, 2008
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