Question about Refrigerators
Condensation is usually formed from a weak or problem with the seal around the door check to see if there are any rips or tears or if there are any areas where the seal is bunched up if it is replace the seal. if there is no problem with the seal you would also need to check if you unit has water going to that door as well that you dont have a small leak in the tubing going to the water dispensor. Most of the time this is due to the door seals going bad also remember if you do need to install new door seals to use petroleum jelly after you install them and to leave your door shut for at least two hours afterwards this causes a much better molding to the actual door after u do this if you have any further questions message me back and please remember to rank how this opinion has helped it allows me to help others in similar situations in the future Thanks Rick
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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