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Freezing problem food in the refrigerator are freezing(milk, salad, condiments etc.) food in the freezer are not completely frozen (soft icecream, frozen meats are a little soft) but the ice cubes are frozen. Maybe the take a little longer to freeze. Should I just throw this refrigerator away?

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  • helga27 Nov 02, 2008

    It's set on the lowest cold setting and things still freeze. Coil have been cleaned. Also, the light is not not working and new light bulbs do not solve the problem.

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HI thanks for your question. try turning the thermostat to a lower, number. and clean all the coils at the back by the compressor. it might be all you have to do/ thanks the appliance doc. please rate my answer. thanks.

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