How to identify a wet wall fridge
With our range of Indesit ‘wet wall’ refrigeration appliances, it can be easy for our customers to panic when they see water forming on the back wall. But don’t worry! Take a look at our video to find out why…
Hello my name’s Alan. I am a senior technician with Indesit company. I have over fifteen years experience helping customers with their refrigeration appliances. At Indesit Company we design and manufacture our appliances to provide many trouble free years of service to our customers, but there also a few things you can do yourself to help ensure your appliance operates to its full potential or to help resolve any common user issues.
At Indesit company we use different technologies in our refrigeration models. Some include wet wall technologies with auto-defrost. You can usually identify a wet wall fridge if there are water droplets on the back wall of the fridge. These appliances feature an auto defrost function so this is part of normal operation to see frozen droplets melt and run down the back of the fridge. The best way to check your internal fridge temperature is to use a fridge thermometer. These are available from our spares website. We recommend your fridge runs between four and five degrees. For further information please refer to user handbook. Remember spares are available from our spares website as are care products for a range of kitchen appliances.