Getting too cold in refrigerator Compartment

Getting too cold in refrigerator Compartment

Last Update Date : Jan 10. 2018

[Solution]

' RF* Models '

    1. Food in The CoolSelect Zone

    To prevent your fruit and vegetables from freezing, try one of the following:

      If you have CoolSelect Zone, make sure you have not stored your fruit and vegetables in the CoolSelect Zone Pantry.

      If the fruit and vegetables are stored in the If cool Select Zone Pantry, move them to one of the Vegetable and Fruit Drawers.

      Raise the temperature in your refrigerator. The ideal temperature setting is 38º F (3º C).

    2. Food On The Shelves Is Too Cold

    To keep food from freezing on your refrigerator shelves, try the following:

      • Set the refrigerator control to a warmer setting. The ideal temperature setting for your refrigerator is 38º F (3º C). If you have set it colder than that, your food can freeze.

      • Move the food to a warmer part of the refrigerator. If the food has high water content and you have stored it in the coldest part of the refrigerator, it can freeze.

      • Increase the temperature in your kitchen. A kitchen that is too cold can cause the temperature in your refrigerator drop below what it should be.

' RS* Models '

    1. Food in The CoolSelect Zone

    To prevent your fruit and vegetables from freezing, try one of the following:

      • Raise the temperature in your refrigerator. The ideal temperature setting is 38º F (3º C).

      • If you have CoolSelect Zone, make sure you have not stored your fruit and vegetables in the CoolSelect Zone Drawer.

      • If the fruit and vegetables are stored in the Cool Select Zone Drawer, move them to one of the other drawers.

      • If you are storing the fruit and vegetables in the upper fruit and vegetable drawer, move them to the lower drawer.

    To keep food from freezing in your refrigerator, try the following:

      • Set the refrigerator control to a warmer setting. The ideal temperature setting for your refrigerator is 38º F (3º C).

      If you have set it colder than that, your food can freeze.

      • Move the food to a warmer part of the refrigerator, away from the vents or the rear of the refrigerator.

      If the food has a high water content and you have stored it in the coldest part of the refrigerator, it can freeze.

      • Increase the temperature in your kitchen. A kitchen that is too cold can cause the temperature in your refrigerator drop below what it should be.

    2. Food In the Produce Drawers Is Too Cold

    To prevent your fruit and vegetables from freezing in the produce drawers, try one of the following:

      • If you have CoolSelect Zone, make sure you have not stored your fruit and vegetables in the CoolSelect Zone Drawer.

      If the fruit and vegetables are stored in the Cool Select Zone Drawer, move them to one of the other drawers.

      • Raise the temperature in your refrigerator. The ideal temperature setting is 38º F (3º C).

    If you are storing the fruit and vegetables in the upper fruit and vegetable drawer, move them to the lower drawer.

[Important Reminders]

Increase the temperature in your kitchen.

A kitchen that is too cold can cause the temperature in your refrigerator drop below what it should be.

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