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Fan running, weak air, fridge not cold enough, freezer working fi

Kenmore top freezer type of upright refrigerator problem.

The freezer is fine.

The refridge is the problem. It seems to run longer between breaks. As a matter of fact it runs alot longer. Turning the knobs turns it on and off just fine.

The refrigerator is not cold, the weak cool air coming in from the vent is not enough to make it cold enough. Things are spoiling in a week. Turning it off for a day and then plugging it back in the next day seemed to help but still it improved it a bit but not cold enough.

Turning the knob up to make things colder just made problem worse again.

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It sound that your fridge is cloged of ice if so defrost it by unpluging it for the day to defrost completlyb with freezer door open then replace defrost timer if to much ice is formed on coil air does not cuculate properly thanks from gille

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