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The freezer and refrigerator are not cooling down.

Although the refrigerator is running, the freezer and refrigerator are very warm. The temperature in the freezer is only 50 degrees Fahrenheit. What can I do???

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Make sure that the condenser coils under the refrigerator are clean. A dorty condenser will cause the unit noy to cool.

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