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38
TROUBLESHOOTING
Refrigerator
was recently
installed.
Refrigerator
or Freezer
section
is too warm.
Interior
moisture
buildup.
Air vents
are blocked.
Doors are opened often
or for long periods
of time.
Unit is installed
in a hot location.
A large amount
of food or hot food was
added to either compartment.
Doors not closed
correctly.
Temperature
control
is not
set
correctly.
Defrost
cycle has recently
completed.
Doors are opened often
or for long periods
of time.
Doors not closed
correctly.
Weather
is humid.
Defrost
cycle recently
completed.
Food is not packaged
correctly.
It may take up to 24 hours for each compartment
to
reach the desired temperature.
Rearrange items
to allow
air to flow
throughout
the
compartment.
Refer to the Airflow
diagram
in the
Using Your Refrigerator
section.
When
the doors are opened often
or for long periods
of time, warm,
humid air enters the compartment.
This raises the temperature
and moisture
level
within
the compartment.
To lessen the effect,
reduce the frequency
and duration
of door openings.
The refrigerator
should not be operated
in
temperatures
above 11OF.
Adding
food warms
the compartment
requiring
the
cooling system
to run. Allowing
hot food to cool to
room temperature
before
putting
it in the refrigerator
will
reduce this effect.
See the Doors will
not close correctly
or pop open
section in Parts & Features Troubleshooting.
If the temperature
is too warm,
adjust the
control
one increment
at a time and wait
for the
temperature
to stabilize.
Refer to the Setting the
Controls
section for more information.
During the defrost
cycle, the temperature
of each
compartment
may raise slightly and condensation
may form
on the back wall. Wait 30 minutes
and
confirm
the proper temperature
has been restored
once the defrost
cycle has completed.
When
the doors are opened often
or for long periods
of time, warm,
humid air enters the compartment.
This raises the temperature
and moisture
level
within
the compartment.
To lessen the effect,
reduce the frequency
and duration
of door openings.
See the Doors will
not close correctly
section
in the
Troubleshooting
section.
Humid weather
allows
additional
moisture
to enter
the compartments
when
the doors are opened
leading to condensation
or frost.
Maintaining
a
reasonable
level of humidity
in the home will
help
to control
the amount
of moisture
that can enter the
compartments.
During the defrost
cycle, the temperature
of each
compartment
may raise slightly and condensation
may form
on the back wall. Wait 30 minutes
and
confirm
that the proper temperature
has been
restored
once the defrost
cycle has completed.
Food stored uncovered
or unwrapped,
and damp
containers
can lead to moisture
accumulation
within
each compartment.
Wipe all containers
dry and store
food in sealed packaging to prevent
condensation
and frost.
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