This french door refrigerator was relegated to the garage when we got a newer one for the kitchen. In Florida, garages can get quite warm for about 8 months of the year. Whenever I open the french doors in those warmer months, I see drops of water have formed on the top, front, center of the refrigerator compartment, just inside where the two doors meet. I am assuming this is due to a less than perfect fit on the door gaskets. Would you agree? If I do not replace the door gaskets, is my energy consumption really significantly higher, enough to justify the cost of new gaskets. The device is out of warranty.
ANSWER Hello Bill. Yes, if the gasket 4987JJ2002N is bad, then the unit will run all the time in the location it is in. You will need to replace the gaskets to have the unit perform at it's best. Hope this helps.
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Tuesday, October 18, 2011