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Temperature control lights are out, don't work. If you press the control buttons a few times "0" shows for a few seconds then goes out, but I can't adjust the control. The compressor and fans seem to work. The interior lights are on, but the water/ ice dispenser does not work.

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Sounds like the main control board is bad . First , check the door to cabinet connection receptical to make sure it is securly connected . If so , then board control is the problem .

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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