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Magic chef side by side heating instead of cooling :-(

Okay so the water inlet valve busted, so I found a place in the US to order a new one, meantime intended to use fridge without ice maker BUT after hours of humming away I find inside of fridge is WARM ... do I just chuck it away? Model is GS2121SDEW

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Gee, I hope you didn't throw this one away. The cooling settings between the two sides are out of balance, or something is blocking the airflow between the freezer and the refrigerator. Make sure the ducts that blow air are not blocked, set both sides on a medium setting, and give it some time (12-24 hours) to equilibrate. Also make sure the fans are running and the coils are free of dust. I have to clear the coils of my current refrigerator once a week from accumulated cat toys. Generally the cat alerts me long before the fridge does.

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