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Refrigerator seems to turn off. My ice cubes start melting them in a few hours it will sometimes turn back on.

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Can bea few diff issues actually, might be a bad compressor, overheating, shutting off and then in a few hours restarting when cooled off enough. any noises associated with the shut down?? perhaps a motor trying to start(reallly sounds like its struggling to start fro 10 secs or so and then clicks off).. can be a faulty tmep control getting stuck, or even stuck in defrost mode longer then it needs to be,

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