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FREEZER OVER FREEZING AND REFRIG NOT COOLING CORRECTLY

CONTROL DOOR TO REFRIG OPENS TO MUCH AND THEN SOMETIMES NOT ENOUGH CAUSING FREESING ANDTHEN TOO WARM OF TEMPERTURE;I I I HAVE CHANGED THE DEFROST ELEMENT AND THERMO SENSER TWICE AND THE PROBLEM KEPTS COMING BACK

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Should be a connector door between the to,to let air go from one to the other usually a knob.Glenn

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One of problems gas level inside system are low if its cold outside the refridgerator freezes if jou struggle email me at greyvesa@gmail.com

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