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Refrigerator temp disply shows off /off

Seems the door was paertially open for some period of time. Now it does not seal when cloasinf and it seems not to be cooling. I have resent the temperature but after a few mintute it returns to the off/off display

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Read manual. Indicated need 24 hous to stabilize. Minimized use and it reset OK. Thanks

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