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Termostat do not work properly the frige tun to a freezer

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Check Thermister bulb is properly attached to the Coil or Replace Specific Thermostate will be ok

Good Luck

Posted on Feb 16, 2009

  • Rizwan Noori Feb 16, 2009

    when solve pls let me know



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