Question about Refrigerators
I opened the fridge to clean up spilt jelly. I took out the compartments to wash and had the top door compartment out for a few hours. I didn't realise until later that the top door compartment is needed to turn the light off and the fridge was really hot and had even melted things inside. I placed all the compartments back but the fridge is not cooling. the freezer seems to be but maybe not as cold as should be as the ice-cream is soft (but not runny). ALSO - whilst cleaning the freezer seal where the jelly ran into - the seal cracked open and filled with jelly that i cleaned out with a soft cloth. Are my cooling problems to do with the cracked seal (top part on the freezer) or has it overheated from the interior light??? or something else????
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