Question about LG LFX25960ST Stainless Steel French Door Refrigerator
Help keep your groceries fresh with this 21.6 cu. ft. LG LFC22770ST French door refrigerator that features a smart cooling system and digital controls for easy temperature regulation. A factory-installed icemaker rapidly creates ice for your beverages.
Posted on Jul 04, 2015
I have the same problem and I know the solution.
For LG to get their "in the door icemaker" to work, they have to blow cold air into the door's icemaker compartment. This air travels through two vents located just inside the refrigerator on the left side. The problem LG has is that the seals between the door and the refrigerator for these vents leak. This means that cold air is vented into the refrigerator compartment. Any sensitive food placed on the bottom two shelf on the left side will freeze. I can place two bowls of water in my refrigerator and make ice in 6 hours, even though the refrigerator is set to 38 degrees. The good thing is that LG knows there is a design problem and they know they can not fix it. After calling LG repairmen out for my freezing problem and not getting the seals fixed, LG gave up. Of course LG will try replacing the seals, and then replacing the door; but the real problem is a bad seal design. Just keep putting bowls in your refrigerator and as long as they continue to freeze up, keep calling LG back and demand that they fix the problem. LG can not fix the problem because it is a bad design, so now I am getting a new refrigerator Model LFX 29927, which is better and has dual icemakers. If you an LG refrigerator with their in the door icemaker, place two bowls of water inside the refrigerator, and if your seals are bad and they freeze; complain to LG until they give you a new refrigerator.
Posted on Sep 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I am a service tech and see this problem often , whats happning is every time you open the left door when water has not frozen. the water splashes into the icemaker and freezes, the only fixto the prolem i have found is to replace icemaker, i have found if you try to thaw out you might get one tray of ice out. thanks
Posted on Jan 13, 2008
SOURCE: Food freezing in refrigerator.
I have a side by side GE Refrigerator only about 4 years old, the setting on the Refrigerator is set at 37 degrees but it continues to go to 20 degrees and freezing my vegtables. Help.
PS - i did vacumn the back filter a week ago with no help.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
I have the same problem.
Ice in the gears.
Splash from opening and closing the door when liquid water is present seems to be the logical problem.
I had cleared the ice before, thoroughly dried the icemaker and reinstalled it. It worked until I adjusted the icemaker to make large cubes.
I will reinstall it and see how long it last. I will also complain to Sear about the short life of this device.
Posted on Sep 06, 2008
Here are four ways to reattach the panel:
- Put a short stainless steel screw in each of the two lower corners of the panel. Drill a hole in the panel first -- the hole should be bigger than the diameter of the screw. Next, with the panel in place, carefully drill thru these holes, into the door, a hole smaller than the diameter of the screw. Then screw the panel back on.
- Or, put thick double stick tape along the bottom of the opening for the panel. Two short pieces would be preferable -- this would make it easier to remove.
- Or, if there is enough PVC in the plastic panel, PVC pipe solvent may allow you to refasten the broken clips to the panel. (This is available at hardware stores -- you may want to use PVC primer as well -- but be very careful, the primer is purple, very "thin", and will run -- it will stain everything it touches. If the panel is not PVC, this solution will not work.
- Or, 5-minute epoxy may hold the broken clips to the panel (make sure the epoxy is thouroughly mixed).
Posted on Apr 23, 2009
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