When I open the top refrigerator section, there is condensation on both the bottom of the plastic part of the door, as well as on the plastic bottom of the refrigerator itself. Is this from a bad door gasket?
Puddles of water (condensate?) on upper shelf and all horizontal surfaces on the refrigerator side.
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its in the freezer near the top if its not cooling I would check ur air damper flow control, is it to far close or opened? check the cold control thermostat, the thermistors. and of course the fan itself, check door seals.
the damper door vent is not opening fully if at all between the refrige and freezer compartments,it can freeze up from condensation or if controlled by a motor the motor can be bad its behind a plastic grille
You will be able to hear it when you open the freezer door and hold the door switch in.It is located behind the rear panel inside the freezer. The fan should be running when the compressor is running. If it is running make sure the damper(vent) to the fridge side is not blocked by ice and that the damper door is open.
As it turns out, I looked more closely at the baskets inside. We had noticed that if the top basket was slid all the way forward when we closed the door that it would close better. So I looked to see if they or the slides were out of alignment. They seemed ok, but then I saw that the way the bottom basket was hanging didn't seem right - it was not quite nestled into it's retainer slot. I took the baskets out and turned the bottom one around. It fit perfectly into it's retainer slot. I then replaced the top one (it was already in correctly) and closed the door. It sealed correctly the first time. I tested it several times after that and it sealed tightly. Closing the top door did not make it unseal as it had done before.
could be the cause. check by putting a slip of paper between seal and cabinet and with door shut, check paper is gripped all round the door. if it is not, try warming the seal with a hairdryer in the faulty place and pulling the seal out gently.
many of these seals are foamed in and impossible or v dificult to replace.
check also that the hinges are not worn