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Rm200 hot in the back but doesnt cool inside

Thermostat checked with tester

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You need to remove the fridge and turn it upside down for a day. Flip it right side up for a day then flip it on its' top for another day. Once you flip it back upright, give it a day then plug it in to see if the chemicals in the reactor chamber have properly mixed themselves. Once these refrigerators sit too long without use, some of the chemicals crystallize and separate so by flipping it a few times and allowing time for the liquid to migrate around the system, the chemicals should mix back together.

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