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No temperature going into the fridge. The light is still on and the freezer works but the fridge is just not cold

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  • randumpunter Nov 11, 2008

    No there isnt. The freezer isnt frozen, theres no build up of ice at all.



    Strange - the light still comes on in the fridge, freezer works, but no cold going into the fridge part.

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Is there frost in the freezer?-mike

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  • MIKE major Nov 11, 2008

    i would think the frig.port from the freezer is block with something not letting cold air from the freezer get to the frig. have you checked to see if that is frozen over?mike

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