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I believe your model is a MFI2067AE Parts manual HERE User Manual HERE I would like you to place the refrigerator into self diagnostice so we can identify what is causing the fresh food compartment to get too cold. Click Here=> MFI2067AEB Service Manual Then go to page 37 in that manual. Try the self diagnostics and let me know what you find. The problem can be caused by a defective=> 12002355 Thermistor or a defective auto damper=> W10127427 Damper Control I will be here to answer your questions, Thanks Sea Breeze

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