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Why does the fridge keep freezing up?
Last Updated: 17th January, 2020
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Just so, why does my fridge keep freezing things?
4 Reasons a REFRIGERATOR will FREEZE FOOD and items in it: 1 – The temperature for the refrigerator has been set TOO LOW or Set warmer. Most common reason. 2 – If the coils on your fridge are dirty or dusty, then the compressor needs to work harder and longer to keep the freezer temperature at freezing temperature.
Furthermore, why is my fridge freezing at the bottom? Freezing occurs when the refrigerator does not have enough food to absorb the cold air. If foods in the crisper, deli, and/or snack drawers are freezing: Make sure the bins are at least 1/2 full. If the drawer has adjustable temperature and items are freezing, adjust the drawer to a lower setting.
Keeping this in view, how do I stop my fridge from freezing?
How to Stop a Fridge From Ice Build Up
- Determine the temperature setting.
- Move the refrigerator away from the wall.
- Remove food and shelving from the refrigerator and freezer portions of the fridge.
- Check the condenser coils.
- Call a repair technician to come to the home to check the unit for problems.
What number should my fridge be set at?
Get Fridge Setting Savvy The settings on the fridge temperature dial show refrigerant power. Normally the numbers range from one to five. Number one is the least cool setting and number five the coldest. When your fridge is always full you need to select a number four setting.