fridge is cold, but center wall still warm
This still confounds me. But first, it is a Kenmore model 106.9555913.
The fridge is cold, the freezer is freezing. The condenser fan is running, and I have cleaned the coils. But the center wall -- that separates the fridge from the freezer -- is still warm, almost hot, to the touch. Right next to the icemaker. Something in the front of that center wall -- the forward section that contacts the doors when they close -- is generating heat. What could possibly be the heat source here?
I believe in science, and even took a course in Thermodynamics in college. There must be a reason for this!