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 Posted: Tue Sep 29th, 2009 08:44 pm
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GE Monogram built in refrigerator mod# ZISS420DMDS ser# AG037401
When I first looked at this fridge the main control board was bad, so I replaced the board and them checked back weakly to see if it was defrosting properly.  As usual with the Monogram Built in the defrost drain and heater were not working properly.  Upon looking at the drain pan and heater I discovered that some one else had hacked up a defrost repair in it before I got to it.  I repaired the drain, pan, foam and heater.  I checked back on it weakly and now the defrost system seams ok.  The trouble now it that frost is forming in the air dampener and condensation is forming at the top of the fresh food compartment and in the bottom crisper drawer. After a few days this causes the temps to go crazy.  I checked the seals and they seam fine.  Has any one experienced this trouble with a Monogram Built in?  What can de done to stop this condensation?



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bimbbobway wrote: ...I checked the seals and they seam fine... 
Did you do the George Washington test ?

Close Door onto George and slide him around...

He should stay snug .. 

 



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Thanks for the tip i did check them, the door seals are fine. There is lots of moisture building up in the crisper, It too 3 towels to soak it all up.  The entire cover over the light in the fresh food side  is wet and there are hundreds of drops forming on it.  They drip down on to the top shelf.



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... and the Defrost Drain is working ?

Is all of the Defrost water going into the Evaporator Tray ?



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any frost in the feezer? it sounds like an air leak in the ff side to me. check where the water lines and wiring enter the cabinet. you may have had some perma gum fall out of place.



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All the water is going in to the tray, there could be and air leek I did check all the obvious spots for an air leek, Ill have to look again.



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