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Fridge freezer KIM 29473GB/01

Rear fridge panel was frosting up, we noticed a crack on the front bottom edge of the fridge. After defrosting the freezer part of the appliance, the top part of the back panel of the fridge appeared to have inflated inwards making it impossible to refit the shelves. On turning the appliance on again neither the fridge or the freezer worked. It seems like it would need a new internal skin, is this a repairable problem. Thank you for your assistance in this matter

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Re: Fridge freezer KIM 29473GB/01

Liners are not able to be replaced. Will need to buy a new unit if the liner is a problem.

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