This happens when the temperature of the refrigerator is set very low or if tropical fruits, for example, are stored in the Refresh compartment (if fitted).
Is the temperature of the fridge compartment set low at 1 to 2℃?
➔ If the temperature is set to Power or 1 to 2℃, adjust it to 3℃ or higher.
The fridge compartment temperature is set to Medium or 3℃ by default.
If the fridge compartment temperature is set to 0℃ or thereabouts, vegetables/fruits in the vegetable storage may freeze.
To avoid freezing food, set the fridge compartment temperature to 3℃ or higher.
In such cases, refer to the user manual for the particular product.
Is the cold air lever on the vegetable storage open?
➔ Close the cold air lever on the vegetable storage. In some models, vegetables/fruits may freeze if the cold air lever on the vegetable storage is open.
If the cold air lever is open, close it (if applicable).
Did you store tropical fruits in the vegetable storage?
➔ Store your vegetables/fruits after referring to the standard storage temperatures (recommended temperatures).
Do not store food for a long period of time if it spoils easily at low temperatures.
Do not store tropical fruits (bananas, pineapples, etc.) in the refrigerator.
[0-2℃] apple, apricot, cabbage, carrot, cherry, corn, lettuce, garlic, grape, peach, pear, persimmon, strawberry, and various local vegetables/fruits
This guide was created for all models, so the images or content may be different from your product.