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LG refrigerator bottom freeze LRBN20512

Vegetables in lower bin freeze. The seal leaks between the bottom freezer and the conduit that carries cold air supposedly into the top of the refrigerator compartment, allowing cold air from the freezer to flow directly onto the vegetable bins. Repeated service calls no help. Some apply caulk that soon gets blown through. There ought to be a better seal. Maybe LG has one, although, given their crummy Web site and general unresponsiveness, it seems impossible to get any help from them.

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  • Paul Dawson Jan 28, 2007

    I don't understand. I posted:
    bottom freeze LRBN20512
    That's a model number they still use.
    Serial No. 412MRTT00801
    Does that help?

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