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Freezer and refrigerator kinda of working. Lights on fan on but not cold. Set both settings to 7 and not cold or frozen. But it is cool inside. Whirlpool Gold gd5rhaznb00

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Try defrosting. You will have to remove everything and remove the access panel to the fan to ensure it's fan blades are free and not frozen up. They have a built in inherent safety feature and sometimes they will work properly again when thawed out. More than likely the small fan motor burned out and will need to be replaced. There are appliance parts stores every were or call the mfgr parts department.
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