If you are using a full size fridge for only three pieces of meat. The majority of the fridge volume is
air which does not hold cold. Put jugs of water in fridge to hold the cold. You shouldn’t have a 6 or 7
degree swing if you’re not needing to open the door as with a normal use fridge. Your cape cod humidity clocks in at
over 80 % today so opening the fridge would seemingly let humidity in rather than letting it out.
May I suggest lowering temp setting and make sure fridge is cycling, actually turning on and off and air circulator actually
moving air over the coils. That’s the only way the fridge can pull water out of the air. Sounds like your dedicated fridge is
probobly in a garage where the ambient temp is between 30 and 50 degrees. Am I right? It might be only going through
a cooling cycle one a day. That’s not working as a fridge but a simple cooler. Ex cape coder