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New afi2538aew the vegetables freeze, milk, too sometimes.

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Sounds like you have at least one bad thermistor in the fresh food compartment. part number 12002355

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Have you tried turning the temp down?

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Milk expires because it is what is considered to be a perishable product, much like fruits and vegetables. It doesn't have the preservatives you find in chips or "bacon bits".

The milk begins to break down due to the proteins within itself, and without preservatives there's no way for it to "stay alive".

Opening your milk also introduces microscopic bacteria which contributes to the process of break down.

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