Temperature too warm?
Temperature regulation: Refrigerators that fail to maintain the desired temperature can have several causes, such as a malfunctioning thermostat, a faulty temperature sensor, a defective control board, or a damaged compressor. Inconsistent cooling can result in food spoilage or freezing.
Water leakage: Water pooling inside or outside the refrigerator is a common issue. It can be caused by a blocked defrost drain, a malfunctioning water inlet valve, a damaged water line, or a clogged condensate line. Leaks can result in water damage to the surrounding area and affect the refrigerator's performance.