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The numbers for temp of fridge and freezer are not being displayed on front like they are supposed to. The fridge seems a touch warm but I can't tell what the temp actually is.

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Are numbers being displayed at all? If you want to confirm whether they are wrong or not, try putting a thermometer inside the fridge for about 10 minutes and check it against the temperature displayed. If it's wrong then it's probably the temperature sensor and would need to be replaced.

I suppose it's a long shot but could it be displaying 18 and feels more like 65? (Celcius vs. Farenheit)

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