Question about Refrigerators
Look at the back of the freezer, if there is frost on the cover, there is probably a defrost problem. if you can unplug it and let it sit with door open overnight, if not remove all food and back cover. use a blowdryer to melt the frost on the coils, probably needs defrost thermostat.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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