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SOURCE: Frigidare model GLFU2067FW3 Deluxe temperature display

Hello,
Step 1 go to http://www.frigidare.com
Step 2 click on CUSTOMER SERVICE on top of page
Step 3 go to PRODUCT MANUALS and click on DOWNLOADS
Step 4 type in MODEL NUMBER and click on search
Step 5 Access and save or print files: OWNERS GUIDE, and PARTS MANUAL. (Check in OWNERS GUIDE on pages 8-10 for basic trouble shooting.)
Step 6 save all PDF files to a new folder name it FRIGIDARE for easy availbility.
Sorry this is all the information that I have at this time.
Thank you and good luck.

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