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On the freezer side..the inside rubber seal and outside stainless is very hot to the touch. The fridge is 2 yeat old kitchen aid side by side

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That is a moisture heater so your door does not sweat

Posted on Aug 27, 2010

  • glamourgi426 Aug 27, 2010

    Ok..but it is so hot it almost burns u...this has never happened. Both inner gray rubber seals r super hot, freezer door on outside super hot and we pulled out fridge and the bottom door that is screwed on vvery hot!!! We unscrewed it and filter was fine. I'm afraid it will catch on fire.

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