1-1. If there are icicles at the top of the freezing chamber, 1-2. first check if the door is properly closed. 2-1. If the door is properly closed, check if cold air is leaked 2-2. from the gap of the rubber seal at the top of the door by putting the hand, 2-3. or use a chair, etc., to check the tightly closed status 2-4. of the rubber seal at the top and the product. 3-1. Store the food adequately for the good circulation of the air inside the refrigerator 3-2. and to prevent the blocking of the cold air inlet/outlet, 3-3. and make sure to store hot food after cooling it down. 4-1. Also, when you close the door, if there are too much food inside or if they are pushed outward, 4-2. the door may not be fully closed causing frost or icicles. 5-1. After disassembly/cleaning of the shelf and bottle shelf, 5-2. if the parts are not assembled correctly, 5-3. the door will not be fully closed and it will cause frost or icicles.
Are there icicles at the top of the freezing chamber or frost on the overall shelves and food?