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Moving this meat to a household fridge is a good move. Mini fridges don’t have the air exchange fan that full size household fridges do and can not exhaust the moisture being evaporated from the meat during drying. Humid conditions develop inside the mini fridge and this is the cause of mold growth.
Re-sealing the meat that has some ways to go will not hurt anything and may put our mind at ease. You will also have a chance to see what it smells like. Surface mold does not meat that the meat has spoiled and if the surface is dry, you probably can just wipe the mold off with a towel soaked in cider vinegar.