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My KitchenAid KBRS22K bottom mount refrigerator is eight years old. Was working fine, but now the refrigerator does not cool, but the freezer stays cold. The fan seems to work and the coils have been vacuumed and appear to be clean. What might be wrong? Thanks

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The problem here is the defrost element is not coming on, the problem is the control board in the fresh food compartment is defective and not telling the element to defrost. Therefore your cooling coils are impacted with ice which keeps freezer cold, and sensor in freezer says everything is ok and therefore sends nothing to refrigerator. Replace the defrost control board, Thaw out the cooling coils in freezer, and your back in business

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