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Tricity Sovreign Frezzer faulty.it sarts up a few minutes after switching off. The frezzer has no model number and,dificult to find a new thermostat with appliance agents.

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If you havent worked this out yet, I turned mine off for a while and the computer forgot. Its been fine since them

I presume its an oven not a freezer

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