Question about Sub-Zero 650 / O Bottom Freezer Refrigerator
My guess without actually seeing it myself would be there is a leak of either water coming from somewhere or the door seal is bad allowing a moisture to build up.
If you are using a bleach solution on the door gasket.....this just may be the reason the seals are bad. Never use chlorine/bleach on any gasket or seal. It will ruin them.
You will need to check the gaskets on the doors. First ensure the doors are aligned properly.
The tops of the refrigerator doors should be even.
Now check for gaps or gasket rips/tears. The surface of which the door gasket seals must not having any gaps in it....check the entire diameter of the doors including the freezer door. You can use a mirror to check...it will make your job a bit easier.
Next ensure you do not have any water in either refrigerator section.
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Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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