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My refrigerator does not remove the humidity,

The condensate collects and freezes in the bottom and inside the crispers regardless of the refrigerator temperature setting.

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  • allinfoisfre Mar 04, 2009

    Same problem. Everything starts icing up on the sides of the refrigerator and the freezer part turns into a winter wonderland. We replaced a number of items and it fixes it for a while. The last time the repairman told us we have too much humidity in there and it's probably getting in through the ice dispenser..... Very helpful, eh?......

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The refrigerator temperature is determined on the freezer setting if you look at the thermostat for the freezerusually has #1 to 8 or close to it. nextto that is another kbob or lever that sets the air flow from the freezer to the refrigerator . i usually prefer to set both knobs in the middle for example on 1 to 8 set on 5 the other knob will have letters a-b-up to e set that one on 3 which will close the damper to about 50% if you need the freezer colder set the air flow knob to say B that should solve your problem.

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