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My Jenn Aire refridgerator, the refridgerator compartment is 15 degrees which freezes the water line to the ice maker.Where is the thermostat that controls this.

The Model # is JCB2059GES, Mfg. # RJCB2059GSO, ser. # 10840483AT

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your thermostat is bad,get the model number from inside and call your local appliance store and get a new one,let me know,thanks-mike

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Sounds like a faulty thermostat. Try replacing it with a known good one and retest.

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