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Do you have it set to energy saver?
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Where is this condensation forming at ?
Is it on the interior wall of the fresh food section ,or on the front cabinet divider of the fresh food and freezer section?
I did read it the only thing it says to answer my question is (condensation in refrigerator) but that still does not answer my question .
What are you calling the refrigerator ? the entire unit is a refrigerator , of are you saying the fresh food section.
Ok Great ,Thank you!
Ok lets look at the door gaskets ,make sure they are not ripped ,torn or wrinkled so as to allow warm air into the fresh food section.
Also open Both freezer and fresh food doors about 1/4 of the way from fully opened and let go of them ,make sure both go closed by themselves.
And do you have any open containers in the fresh food section that are holding liquid in them?