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URGENT HELP NEEDED. I have a whirpool ARZ 121/H undercounter larder fridge. I can't get the temperature to settle and it fluctuates between 2 - 14oC. I need to hibernate my tortoises and need the fridge to settle between 2 - 7 oC. if it's the thermostat then i have a new one but don't know how to remove the old one and replace - HELP

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It could be the thermostat but it could also be low on refrigerant gas, may be cheaper to consult a repair agent in the long term.

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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As you look at the thermostat remove plastic caps holding it in place, the screws are behind the caps,it must be the the stat!!!

Posted on Dec 27, 2007

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