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How do I know where to set the temp control knob

The freezer is not freezing

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THE OPTIMUM SETTING SHOULD BE AROUND MEDIUM NOT TO LOW AND NOT TO HIGH, OR IT WILL DEFEAT THE PURPOSE HIGHEST SETTING IS ALWAYS A BAD SELCTION

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