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I have whirpool fridge freezer american style and the temp lights flashing on and off wont turn off what can i be

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Check the coil at the back of the freezer for ice buildup. Should there be ice build up, have it defrosted and cleaned. If that does not solve it check out the thermistor, also located at the back at a panel. It may have gone bad.

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