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Fridgadaire beverage center too warm

I recently purchased a stand alone fridge to keep beer in. I can't get the fridge to cool to a temp below 43 degrees. I would like to see it get to about mid thirties. The manual states that this is as low as it will go.

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It should get cooler than that at least down to 33-34 degrees. Be sure you have air flow behind the unit, not pushed against wall. Feel for cold air coming from freezer to lower part just behind light bulb. If it is not turning off and defrosting they will do this as ice builds up and results in no air movement. you may want to remove the cover in the back of freezer and see if it is froze up. Or just turn it off and defrost and start back over the next day. The defroster timer may also be bad and it is under cover beside the light bulb.

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