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Larder fridge model number HUL 1621

Will not turn off - motor runes continuously

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SOURCE: Larder fridge running far too cold

I was told that it ispossible for a snall pin in the thermostat to stick and that vigorously turning the knob up ad down a few times might well unstick the pin
Tried it and it worked!

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The numbers are incorrect here in the USA. Are you from the UK?
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Testimonial: "Brilliant - thanks very much, I'm still slightly concerned that the back panel is only frosted up at the top. Is this OK?"

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