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Refrigerator Not Getting Cold--HotPoint HSS22IFMD WW

My HotPoint Refrigerator is not getting cold. The freezer section seems fine and I do not see any excessive ice or frost build up. I do not hear anything when I turn the temp control on the fridge side off and then back on. I do hear a fan or something kick on when I do the same to the freezer side. How can I diagnose? Is this a compressor problem?

PS: The other night I remember hearing a strange bang somewhere downstairs. It seemed weird but I forgot about it.

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  • Loei Yang May 11, 2010

    you have a bad fan blower is not circulating air true your fridge. remove the freezer back panel and you will be able to see it.

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Take a look to the thermostat first!

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