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Our refidgerater is not cold enough running at about 50 degrees

We have it on the coldest setting number 7 and over the past few days has been running warm ,,,what can we do

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Hows the freezer?? is only the refrig warm and freezer still frezzing?? if so id open the freezer door and listen for a fan motor, it should be spinning to circulate air to the top sect(refrig). if not on sounds like a bad fan.. if the fan is on but the rear panle is completly iced over, sounds like a defrost issue

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