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Fresh food side isnt staying cold. Freezer is staying cold though but the ice is sweaty a little. Model RC244AD

I have cleaned the back and most of the dust from fan/condenser area.

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Hi I'm Peter, The fresh food side will have a different thermostat it is likely that the thermostat or the thermocoupling has gone bad. The thermocoupling will be a tube shaped device mounted on the coils possibly underneath since it's for the cool side fridge see if it is operating by blowing on it with a hair dryer that may activate it. I would check the thermostat first though. . OH WOW CAN'T BELIEVE I DIDN'T MENTION THIS FIRST Make sure and check the door gasket that it is not leaking a temp gun could be used for that as it would register cooler where there was a leak. Is the compressor running all the time or is it cycling? It seems it would be ok if the freezer is operating properly so it all leads back to the thermostat. Most appliance parts stores will have these in stock just take the make, model, and serial number and they may have some more suggestions as they would most lkely know what parts on a particular make goes out the most.

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