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The top part (refrigerator) of a GE Profile bottom freezer shows 69 degrees and won't go lower> I've unplugged it several times hoping that would reset the refrigerator to 36 degrees, but no luck. It did reset the freezer to 0, from 35 degrees.

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Did you check the fan in fridge wall to see if it is blowing. otherwise won't pull cold air from freezer.

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