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Hi Alan,

According to page 10 of the manual, this can be caused by a high humidity condition and will subside when humidity returns to normal, or damaged or otherwise poorly sealing door gaskets. For the former condition carefully inspect the gasket to be sure there are no gaps between it and the cabinet or between it an the door. Repair / replace as needed.

Unlike many fridges, this cooler lacks cabinet heaters that can be switched on or off during humid months / conditions. These heaters help prevent condensation from forming - and evaporate it away after is has formed. Keeping the length of time that the door is open to a minimum is the only other thing you can do to minimize condensation from forming.

If the condensation is appearing between the inside & outside glass door panels, this indicates a bad seal between the panels of the door itself. The seal has failed and allowed air to enter this space. There is no way for the consumer to repair this seal. It will likely require that the door be replaced or repaired by disassembling, cleaning and drying it out completely. Then it would be reassembled and the space between the glass panels evacuated or filled with a gas to preserve the thermal insulating properties of the door.

You may have to contact the manufacturer for parts, etc. Home Depot lists this product as available for sale and will likely have manufacturer contact info for it.

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It is not normal for this to happen. The seal must be perished or worn allowing moist warm air to come into contact with the cooler outer glass thus condensation is forming on the inside.

It is not a major issue as it will depend on the moisture content of what you are cooking but it will obviously prevent you seeing inside when it occurs.

It is one of those minor irritating things that can happen.

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