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Dual zone Danby Wine Refrigerator. Sounds okay running. Both areas now cool to only 62-64 degrees.

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Adjust the thermostat all the way to the coolest position and observe it for 24 hours

if it is still 62-64 degrees, then something is wrong. observe what is happening with the unit. is the compressor running, is there a fan which could not be running? or anything that you think is not right.

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