I recently built a kegerator and I am now having some temperature and possibly condensation issues.
The mini fridge I used was a GE wmr04bapbbb. I bent the freezer compartment down and it seemed to go fine. No kinks. I also drilled three holes in it. Two for two CO2 lines that come in the side, both of which completely fill up the holes that I have attached. The third was a 2" hole on the top for the beer lines and air cooling tube. I have a three foot line going from that hole to the back of a wooden cabinet which I have two taps coming out of. The line is made of 1/2" pipe insulation made into approximately a 2" ID. I made a 8.5"x8"x3" box out of 2 inch thick styrofoam in the cabinet. This holds the lines as they go to the two taps and a squirrel fan that I have blowing air from the box into the fridge so I can keep my lines cool.
All this to say that I am not able to cool my fridge low enough. I have a corny full of beer in there and I cannot cool my fridge below 60 degrees. I am extremely confused at this point as well because the freezer compartment that I bent down is completely covered in ice. It is 3/4" thick at this point and it has been on less than a week. I even have tthis dehumidifier
in there to help drive off moisture.
I do not understand how I can have an huge layer of ice in the fridge and also a temperature of 50-60 degrees. I have the fridge set to its coldest temperature. I also have an a419 JC temp controller I can hook up but with the internal thermostat not even letting the temps get low enough I am at a loss of how it would or what I can do.
I know this may be convoluted but I am at my wits end. Help HBT. You are my only hope.