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Make up a way to blow warm air from the condenser over the glass and your frost problem will disappear! The higher the temperature of the air - the more moisture it can absorb. The reason you are having the problem is that you are cooling moisture laden air and it has to give up the moisture as you cool it. So run some warm air over it and it will absorb the moisture for you = problem gone.

koolman77 (refrigeration technician)

Jet Tech Systems... | Answered on Feb 07, 2011

Your fridge's thermostat (properly speaking, thermistor) is broken - to replace it is a bit tricky, but search the links under "waeco cf60 thermistor replacement" and check the videos given. Be careful not to cut the coolant pipe (!) while you are cutting away the foam to extract the thermistor with its wire. [You'll know if it's damaged as it will smell of gas, and after a while the fridge won't work at all!]

Hope this helps, please give feedback, thanks.

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Mine is leaking but from under crisper at bottom fridge. No hole there for s drainage! I see hole in back to allow drainage but it drops to where?! Nothing to catch so it fills Crevices at the bottom of their fridge raider floor and then seeps out the corners when full. How ridiculous. Help and I missing something

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The temp controls can be accessed from the front panel. Factory preset should be 37'f for the fridge and 0'f for the freezer. If you hold the temp button for 3 seconds it will let you see, and adjust both sections.

Are you having an issue? Or just want to see what the settings are?

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Depending on which controls you have, the temps should be 0'f for the freezer and 36'f-40'f for the fridge. If you have digital controls then set them to 0'f for the freezer and 37 or 38'f for the fridge to start and make adjustments after 24 hours if needed. If you have knobs, then try the middle settings. Keep in mind that digital controls are not always correct in what they read so your settings may be different! 10% variance is common so if a digital control reads 40, it could actually be 36-44'f. This is very normal. Post a model# if you need more assistance so we can know what you actually have!

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We need to know what appliance your talking about. Make and model number would be helpful also. I'm thinking a pressure cooker maybe? Let us know so we may help with your problem.

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