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Old 05-18-2015, 08:30 AM   #1
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Condensation in refridgerator

Have a two door Dometic refridgerator. Having trouble with condensation on the inside. Freezer is good. We have changed the temperature setting a couple of times. Temperature is running 38 to 42. Any idea about what could cause the condensation?
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Old 05-18-2015, 12:42 PM   #2
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If your in any of the country that's getting the heavy rains the humidity being as high as it is is a contributing factor. Make sure your doors are latching completely and that all the seals are tight. If yo have a deformed seal in some part of the door or the door isn't shutting tight, you've found your issue.
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Old 05-18-2015, 03:10 PM   #3
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You do not mention what year yours is so I will pass this along to try to help. Our 2001 had a 2 door Dometic and it had a switch to turn a heater on in the refrig. door to help stop sweating when the humidity was high.
The switch was a smaii rocker switch on the front of the refrig. but you need to open the door to get to it. It was located just below the freezer door on the metal between the refrig. and freezer.
Hope this helps but if the refrig is sweating on the inside sides and back this won't help as it was just to keep the inside of the door dry.
If you have the switch and turn it on, make sure you turn it off when you cut the refrig off as it has separate power and will run the battery down as it is not controled by the on-off sw. on the refrig.
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