Condensation inside refrigerator
I have a PSC25SGSC side by side with condensation forming along most of the shared wall in the refrigerator. The door gasket appears to be in good condition and sealing properly- it has a fairly strong vacuum when I try to open it.Answer
The condensation runs down the wall, and pools at the bottom of the fridge daily. (The door seal is apparently good enough to prevent the water from escaping.)
The master control board was replaced a few months ago, but that's the only maintenance I've had done to it.
Any recommendations or thoughts on what should be done to resolve? I've attached two pictures as reference.
First we must be %100 sure the door gasket isn’t leaking air. Check all the way around the gasket should enough so that if you close paper in the door you shouldn’t be able to move it without tearing it. If it seems to be ok then before you go any further rub a thin layer of Vaseline along the door gasket. Don’t get carried away just a thin layer will do.
There are two other things that can cause this although both would cause it not to cool properly. I assume you haven’t experienced this problem however I will go ahead and tell you. There is a fan in the fresh food section that blows cold air from the fresh food evaporator. If the fan isn’t running then moisture can form in places it shouldn’t. Also if the light in the fresh food is staying on with the door close you will get this problem. Open the freezer door so that you can see and slowly close the fresh food door. Just before it closes the light should go out. If not you have a problem with the freezer door switch.