There could be a few reasons why things are freezing in your LG refrigerator. Here are some possible causes and solutions:
1. Temperature setting: Check if the temperature setting in your refrigerator is too low. If it is set too low, it can cause items to freeze. Adjust the temperature setting to a slightly higher level and monitor if the freezing issue persists.
2. Air vents blocked: Ensure that the air vents inside your refrigerator are not blocked by food items or containers. Blocked vents can disrupt the airflow and lead to uneven cooling, resulting in freezing.
3. Faulty temperature sensor: A malfunctioning temperature sensor can cause the refrigerator to cool excessively, leading to freezing. If you suspect this to be the issue, it is recommended to contact LG customer support or a professional technician to diagnose and fix the problem.
4. Door seal issues: Inspect the door seal of your refrigerator to ensure it is properly sealing. A damaged or loose door seal can allow cold air to escape, causing the refrigerator to work harder and potentially freeze items. If needed, replace the door seal to resolve the issue.
5. Refrigerator overpacked: Overloading your refrigerator with too many items can restrict proper airflow and lead to freezing. Try rearranging the items to allow for better air circulation and avoid overcrowding.
If the freezing issue persists despite trying these solutions, it is advisable to contact LG customer support or a qualified technician for further assistance. They will be able to provide specific troubleshooting steps or arrange for a repair if necessary.
For more information and detailed troubleshooting steps, you can refer to the LG refrigerator manual or visit the LG support website: [LG Support Website](https://www.lg.com/us/support).