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Hi, if the display is supposed to show the temperature of the fridge/freezer on the display then what appears to have happened is that the remote temperature bulb has come out of place. If you can get to it you may be able to put it back in place. You will have to start at the display and will see the temp. cable and follow it back to see where the bulb is now resting. If it is not exposed for you to be able to excess it, I would call asap from where you bought it as it is new and tell them about this condition! Keep me updated on this please.
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PS It would not be the compressors unless the unit is not cooling at all then you could have a serious problem.

Posted on Jan 17, 2010

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