Thanks for sharing. H'mm, if your fridge was drastically getting warmer with the coffee maker next to the fridge wall, that is something to think more about. I'm assuming the coffee maker was on the stove top, maybe towards the fridge, when the excess heat affected the fridge. Did I understand that right?
The stove burners are right in this same area, if I understand how this all happened right, the concern being using the stove burners with a large pot the stove.
By chance do you recall how many degrees the fridge went up on your remote thermometer? And was the wall very hot to the touch?
That fridge wall is made up of two, 1/8" luan sheets of plywood, one sheet on each side with a 3/4" air space in the middle. Trying to connect how the heat made it through enough to affect the fridge. If I have your floor plan right, the fridge thermistor (the temp sensor inside the fridge food compartment) is on the same as the stove. That sensor will tell the fridge to start cooling more if excess heat gets in, but it will take a lot of time to change a few degrees of rise.
I have not heard "yet" of this issue. Trying to learn something new hear. Or camper has the stove top next to the fridge too, and many other floor plans as well.
Thanks for sharing.
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