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Freezer temp is 29 and fridge temp is 47?

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This is one of the first signs that the refrigerator is missing defrost. Open freezer door and look at the back wall of your freezer. When a refrigerator does not defrost you will see a frost layer covering the rear panel. Below is a small photo of a refrigerator freezer that has not been
defrosting.2_14_2012_7_04_09_am.jpgFor a larger photo click=> HERE Here is a=> PSS26SGRASS Service Manual Here is the defrost heater for your model=> WR51X10042 Defrost Heater and here is the WR50X10054 Defrost Thermostat, Thanks, Sea Breeze

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