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4-Door French Door Refrigerator with Auto-Opening Freezer Doors

LMX28987ST

  • Just because it’s an appliance doesn’t mean it’s not a fashion statement. This Four Door refrigerator combines function and beauty. With double freezer drawers and a 4-compartment crisper you’ll have all the space you need. And with a stainless and fingerprint resistant steel finish you’ll have the look you’ve been going for.
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4-Door French Door Refrigerator with Auto-Opening Freezer Doors

LMX28987ST

  • Door Type
  • Freezer Type
  • Total Capacity
  • Refrigerator Capacity
  • Freezer Capacity
  • Auto Open/Close Freezer Drawers
  • Size (W x H x D with door open)
  • Counter Depth (in.)
  • Color
  • Ice & Water Dispenser
  • Display Type
  • SpacePlus™ Ice System in-door
  • Water Filtration System
  • Multi-Air Flow Cooling
  • Temperature Controls
  • Temperature Sensors
  • LoDecibel™ Operation
  • Door Alarm
  • LED Interior Light
  • Child Lock
  • Warranty
  • French4-Door
  • Drawer
  • 27.6 cu. ft.
  • 18.8 cu. ft.
  • 8.7 cu. ft.
  • yes
  • 44 1/4" x 69 3/4" x 47 5/8"
  • No
  • Stainless Steel
  • Yes, Extra Tall
  • LED
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • 6
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • 1 Year Parts and Labor, 7 Years on the Sealed System
  • No. of Shelves
  • Folding Shelf
  • Slide-Out Shelves
  • Cantilevered Shelves
  • Shelf Construction
  • Crisper Bins
  • Glide N’ Serve™ Drawer
  • Refrigerator Light
  • 4 Split
  • 1
  • 3
  • Yes
  • Spill Protector™ Tempered Glass
  • 2-Humidity Crispers / Bonus Drawer
  • Yes
  • LED
  • No. of Shelves/Bin
  • Dairy Corner/Bin
  • 4 (2 Adjustable Gallon Size)
  • Yes
  • Drawers
  • DuraBase™ Solid Drawer Base
  • Divider
  • IcePlus™
  • Ice Bin
  • Freezer Light
  • 2
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • LED
  • Foam Door Insulation
  • Contour Door
  • Hidden Hinges
  • Reversible Doors
  • Toe Grille
  • Surface
  • Back
  • Handles
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • no
  • Yes
  • Stainless Steel
  • Flush & Metal Cover Over Mechanical Parts
  • Matching Commercial Handles
  • Depth with Handles
  • Depth without Handles
  • Depth without Door
  • Depth (Total with Door Open)
  • Height to Top of Case
  • Height to Top of Door Hinge
  • Width
  • Width (Door Open 90° with Handle)
  • Width (Door Open 90° without Handle)
  • Door Edge Clearance with Handle
  • Door Edge Clearance without Handle
  • Installation Clearance
  • Weight (Product)
  • Weight (Shipping)
  • Carton Dimensions (WxHxD)
  • 35 3/8"
  • 32 7/8"
  • 29"
  • 47 5/8"
  • 68 3/8"
  • 69 3/4"
  • 35 3/4"
  • 44 1/4"
  • 39 1/4"
  • 4 1/2"
  • 1 3/4"
  • Sides 1/8", Top 1", Back 1"
  • 324 lbs.
  • 377 lbs.
  • 38" x 73" x 38"
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what is the ideal freezer temperature

Ice in bucket seems to defrost a little and stick together (two freezer drawer french door refrigerator)
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Cynthia
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I'm having the same problem and I found the cause! It's not the temp - the water pressure is too high when the water fills the ice trays. It splashes out and down into the ice bucket. The water then freezes, of course, making a block of ice. I've seen this happen, so I know it is the cause.

I LIKE the water pressure for drinking water, of course, so now I have to find out how to decrease the pressure at the ice tray. I hope this helps.
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I am sorry to hear you are having this issue. The actual inner temperature varies depending on the food status, since the indicated temperature setting is the target temperature and not the actual temperature within the refrigerator. Initially set the REFRIGERATOR CONTROL at 37 degrees F and the FREEZER CONTROL at 0 degrees F. Leave them at these setting for 24 hours (one day) to stabilize. Then adjust the compartment temperature as needed.
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Do crisper drawers close air tight (on LMX28987ST)

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LG’s crispers preserve humidity and help vegetables stay crisp. They are not air tight. You can control the amount of humidity in the moisture-sealed crispers. Store vegetables or fruits requiring more or less humidity in separate crispers. Adjust the control to any setting between HIGH and LOW.

• LOW lets moist air out of the crisper for best storage of fruits.
• HIGH keeps moist air in the crisper for best storage of fresh, leafy vegetables.

CAUTION : The glass shelf over the crisper is not firmly secured. Be careful when tilting.
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A thin layer of frost on shelves and food items is normal. However, if frost is forming around the door, at the back of the unit, or excessive other issues might be occurring.

Are the doors opened often and closing properly? Every time the door opens, cold air escapes and warm air enters the cabinet. The warm air contains moisture that freezes and accumulates in the unit. A small amount accumulating on food, shelves and rails is normal. Make certain that the door seal is clean. Check for cold air escaping from the door by running hand around the perimeter of the door. If you feel cold air coming out, check to see if the seal is damaged in that area.

Is there a food item blocking the door? If there is something blocking the door, preventing it from closing completely then warm air will be able to enter the unit. This will cause frost buildup in the unit. Rearrange the food items in the freezer so that the item is no longer blocking the door.

Is the temp set too cold? Frost buildup can also occur if the temperature is set too low when there is not much food in the unit and/or the doors are not opened very often. Try raising the temperature in the unit so that it is not as cold. How much will vary depending on amount of food and how often doors are opened.

Has anything hot been added to the compartment? Warm air contains moisture, which will freeze in the unit. Allow food to cool before storing in the unit. This will prevent frost from occurring.

Is there too much food stored in the freezer compartment? If there is too much food in the freezer, this will inhibit proper air circulation which will cause frost formation. Make certain that nothing is blocking the air vents and that there is not too much in the compartment. Try removing some items and rearranging the items.

If you continue to experience this problem, please contact our Customer Interactive Center at 800-243-0000 for additional trouble shooting steps or service.

Design, features and specifications subject to change without notice.
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My ice maker is sweating on the outside and inside

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The only way that an ice maker might be producing condensation such as you have mentioned, is if warm, humid air made its way into the compartment. This might be from the refrigerator door being opened too frequently, a gasket leaking air, or the ice dispenser flap allowing air into it. If these are not the issue, or you are unable to correct this, then the unit may require service. To make service arrangements, you may either contact our Customer Interactive Center at 800-243-0000, or you can check our Repair Provider Lookup on our website, at http://www.lg.com/us/support/repair....
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I have a P/No. MFL62184416. The instruction did not mention how to raise or lower the fridge temperature target settings. There is only one button on the display panel, no plus or minus.
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Continue pressing the temperature button for your refrigerator. It has a set range of temperatures. Once it reaches its lowest available setting, it will switch back to the top of the range and begin decreasing again. The freezer operates in the same fashion.
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