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Refrigerator keep freezing up

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SOURCE: Cannot control temp, freezing everything Turbo

http://turboairinc.com/TB-Service/Service%20Manual%20%20-%20April%202008/TSF-49SD.pdf
check out this manual and see if your answer is there.

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