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Sorry for posting this in Family Life. My posts in the Water Cooler don't get as much traffic. And amazingly I was unable to find an answer on google! :eek: So, I'll buy a carton of eggs and put them in the fridge. A few days later, when I open the carton at least half of them are cracked and ruined. This happens every time. Lately I've only been getting 2-4 good eggs from a dozen.
Does anyone know what's going on and how I can fix it? My best guess is that my refrigerator may be too cold? It used to be much colder but my vegetables were freezing so I turned it down. Thought I turned it far enough, but maybe not? TIA
too cold, if your control is unreliable get a thermostat
do you find things in back like packages of lunchmeat are getting frost?
or you have the carton where people have to move it when they want to get something and they are shaking it
or they had microscopic cracks when you bought them which opened up as the carton got moved around.
or the door is opening and closing a lot, or does not close completely, and the fridge is working harder so it gets too cold in spots, check the seal around the door as well