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Was running too much and now isn't cold at all.

My fridge was running too much and now isn't cold at all. The ice is all melted and the temp in the fridge and freezer compartment are getting closer & closer to room temp. The light still comes on and it still runs every so often so it still has power. Is it worth having someone come look at it for $75 or should I just replace it?

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Much cheaper to have soneone look at it. Because if you trash this one it will cost you a whole lot more than a service call

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