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Ss20whi/xeufreezer defrosts then refreezes temp gauge always reads -20. already replaced temp sensor but just the same,the wire on the new sensor was a lot longer so i had to coil it inside the cover what do i try next?

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The temp guage may be faulty if you have replaced the sensor and the prob still persists.

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