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Fridge not staying cold

Freezer works fine, but the fridge keeps warming past 60 degrees, it will be fine for a few days and then warm up agian. already vaccumed the back. it's only 2 years old

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  • tina moccia Dec 01, 2006

    thanks i'll try that and let you know.

  • johansenbby Jul 08, 2008

    the fridge dont stay cold, the temp is warm , only the freezer stay cold

  • Anonymous Aug 20, 2008

    Electrolux ER7626/1B freezer at -25 deg. but fridge at 10 deg. Help!

  • gunnzlpc Sep 02, 2008

    freezer is working but fresh food section warms up.

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Solo, firt make sure you do not have a build up of frost on the freezer inside panel. This would indicate a defrost problem. Your post states that the cooling problem is intermitant which leads me to believe that the automatic damper is at fault. It could have a build up of ice on it which is causing it to bind, or it could just be going bad. Your model does have the manual defrost timer which could be sticking at times, that is why I suggest checking the back freezer panel for frost buildup. Catriver..post back.

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