Attached jpeg shows the final fix for our ailing LG french door refrigerator which started acting up after only 17 months of service. This is the dreaded LG with their infamous linear compressor which fails at alarming rates. Long story short no amount of calls to LG would return a satisfactory outcome sufficient to keep me content. Got so sick and tired of being handed off from LG personnel and cannot help but believe LG fights a battle of attrition or patience until unwitting consumers give up out of frustration. Long story short, we purchased a Whirlpool (model WRT518SZFM) top freezer 18-cubic foot refrigerator and had the delivery men cart this problematic LG LSFXC2496D away. Been without a refrigerator for almost a week, ordering takeout all during this time and hopefully we can get back to normal. Having refrigeration at home is a necessity nowadays especially as a senior citizen requiring our medication to be adequately refrigerated. Moral of the story is avoid LG refrigerators at all costs especially anything with their dreaded "linear compressor". We are back down to a 18 cubic footer (versus 23 cubic foot on the failure prone LG) but I would gladly sacrifice added cooling volume for reliability always! This new Whirlpool WRT518SZFM has the condenser coils buried on the back bottom which I am not too thrilled about as cleaning the condenser coils is NOT easy. I was shopping for a model which had condenser coils hanging off the back externally however all manufacturers appears to be weaning themselves off of this type of design. No properly way of really cleaning buried condenser coils short of blowing them out with a garage type air compressor which makes a mess in the kitchen. Right now I am actively seeking a Whirlpool WRT518SZFM service manual just to have available so if anyone has or knows where to source this publication please reply back.