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The upper unit of my viking wine cooler alarm keeps beeping - how

The upper shelves of my viking wine 15 shelf wine coolers alarm keep beeping because the temp. is too high, I can lower the temp, but how do I get it to set at a lower temp the temp is reading at 74, I set it to 53 but I can't get it to stay - its a 30", 15 shelf unit I think it's #VCW300RSS

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