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The freezer part of my
Hope you would have cleaned fridge and started using immediately. Don't do it.
Power off. Takeslightly wet cloth (dipped in soap water) andclean all portion.And after 5 minutes clean with dry cloth. Keep fridge door opened for minimum 6 hours to allow fresh air passing into fridge compartment. And then place foodsin airtight containers to prevent the transfer of odors. Now close fridge door and plug power.
Hope, it's helpful.
on Jan 29, 2011
Water dripping inside fridge
This IS a common problem - and is due to condensation.
Your Fridge door seal may be dirty or not seating properly - allowing humid air from the outside to enter. The humidity turns into water vapor (condensation) where it meets the cool air coming from the vent.
The solution is not to unplug - but to also clean the gasket well and/or replace it if needed.
Spread the ribs apart to get all the debris, and also wash the metal where it contacts the magnet really well.
A good way to check for an air gap - is to put a flashlight inside the fridge at night, and close the door.
Turn out all the lights in the kitchen... and check for ilght leaking through. If you can see light - the gasket is worn and needs to be replaced.
Thank you for using FixYa - If you need further clarification, please ask me first before moving on to another expert.
on Apr 04, 2009
there is a peice sticking out the back wall of the refridgerater compartment just under the top back wall that goes to the defrost drain see if its clear its a square peice also check the drain hose at the back of the unit at the bottom to see if the hose is clear some times they get clogged with alge and wont drain
on Mar 14, 2009
Kenmore elite, 2002, side by side, model 106.53609202
ok first we need to see if your vent flap up top is bing iced over. you need either a philips screw driver or a 1/4 in nut driver. take off the cover to that flap. this flap is controlled by the electronic strip that controls the temp. on both sides. one question, is their ice build up in the back of the freezer? ok write me back when you get this done. kelly.
on Dec 22, 2008
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