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Re: my refrigerator does not remove the humidity,
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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Crisper draws are at bottom of fridge, cold air collects at the bottom and warmer air rises. Turn thermostat dial down, mine is set on 2 out of 6 and every thing stays fresh and doesn't freeze. In very hot weather I do sometimes turn it up to 3.
Most frost free refrigerators take water from the freezer so you do not have to defrost the freezer. That being said there should be a drain under the crisper. Check to see if it is clogged.
you may need to put something under the refrigerator to collect the water..
The crisper can freeze when air leaks around the base of the duct assembly. To prevent this, the air tower will need to be removed. Disconnect power to the unit first. All the shelves and drawers will need to be removed, to access the tower. With the air tower out, now run a bead of silicone on the floor of the refrigerator where the tower sits. Now replace the duct on top of the sealant to make a tight seal and prevent the air leakage.
A condensation problem inside a fridge, normally means either, you are puting uncoverd food /or food that has a high water content (i.e.salads) into the fridge, which may be warmer than the inside temperature of the fridge, hence condensation(leaving the door open too long has the same effect)only remedy is paper towels in bottom of crisper so that salads dont go soggy.and wipe out fridge as often as needed.
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How is the freezer doing. If
you have a lot of ice collecting in the freezer the door gasket is probably bad
causing the compressor to run overtime which will probably cause the
refrigerator portion to cool as well.
You might check the freezer and if very cold set it a bit warmer. I do
not know what you have but these may save you some $$$. While you are at it
check the freezer, refrigerator, condenser and condenser fans. Good Luck, Gilshultz
I have the same model refrigerator and don't have a solution but I think I have more information on the problem. In mine, water will leak periodically from the condenser leading up to the freezer (inside the refrigerator, at the top, center, back of the main compartment). I have seen it leak and it isn't a constant leak but when it leaks it can pour out at a pretty high rate.
In mine, the water will collect in the deli drawer (near the top), the crisper drawers at the bottom, and under the crisper drawers. When it happens, I use a sponge to soak it up and wring into a bowl.
To minimize the impact, I have set up a cup or dish near the back of the fridge to catch the leak. I empty this every couple weeks or whenever it fills up, but I'm looking for more information on a fix (I think the problem has to do with the condenser - that's the lead I got when I found this post).
I just had a similar problem, and the bottoms of both sides were cold
but the top shelves were warm. I found that the condenser fan, the fan
right above the
cooling coils was not working. This fan circulates the cold air and if
it's not working it can't move the cold air to the top or over to the
side. Open the freezer door and press the switch that tells the
door is closed (so the light goes out), if the fan doesn't come on
shortly, or only sputters that could be the problem. You will need to
take out the back cover over the coils, the ice maker tray and auger
motor if you have one and some other parts. Play around with the plug
where it goes into the side wall, if you can get the fan to come on and
off, it's most likely a bad fan motor....about $55 to replace. As you
apart, be sure to take some digital pics of the process so you can
remember how it goes back together!
open the freezer compartment loo for ice build up on floor of frezer especally towards rear behind back panel. sounds like you have a clogged/frozen defrost drain tube. removing back panel of freezer will give you acess to drain trough, melt away the ice with a hair dryer, youll find a drain hole under there somwhere,pouring boiling water down the drain will clear it pretty quickly( i use a steam machine purchased from the infomercials)