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My fridge freezer defrosted itself completely ruining all contents, this was a week ago and it still wont work. I bought it from argos three years ago it's a Fridgemaster

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If there is no noise coming from it its poss thermostat or sensor and if compressor is stone cold. If compressor is very hot its sound like a gas or compressor problem.

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