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Fridge and freezer not getting cool enough

I just talked to a technician on the phone and he told that the @ copper lines coming out of the compressor, that one should be very cold and the other should be very hot. Is that correct?

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Yes, the larger line should be cold and the small one should be hot. Handle the small one with care, depending on how much load the fridge is under it can get very hot.

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