When you open a refrigerator, there are a lot of things you want to see. You want to see that your kids didn’t eat that last slice of cake you hid. You want to see a six pack of cold brews. What you don’t want to see, however, is a bunch of condensation on everything
Bad Door Gasket
The first thing you should always check is if your refrigerator door is actually closing all the way. If you can run your hand around the closed refrigerator and feel kinks in the gasket or even cool air, you need to replace the rubber seal right away. It is not only letting cold air out, but the warm air that causes condensation inside.
If you have condensation, it could mean that your refrigerator is not getting cold enough. The defrost cycles may be cut off or not running which means that cold air blowing in hits the warmer air in the refrigerator and causes the condensation.
Dirty Condenser or Compressor Coils
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