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Fridge is running but won't get cold

I have a problem with my Indesit R24 S Fridge Freezer.

The freezer is working fine, but the fridge just won't get cold. One of the shelves on the door came slightly out of it's fitting the other day and I think this stopped the door from closing properly - I only noticed in the morning when the floor was wet around the fridge. Since then the fridge just won't get cold any more, but I can hear the fridge running. I think perhaps the thermostat is broken??Many thanks!Georgina

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  • GiGi84 Jun 02, 2009

    Thanks for that. It has just one compressor. Is the gas problem easily fixed?

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If it have one compressor the gas in the system are low . but if it have 2 compressors the thermostat can be the problem

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