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My refrigerator has not been blowing as cold as it use to and now its not even blowing cold at all. i thought it might need refrigerant but i do not know how to check it or even recharge it.

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What is the model number,open the freezer door,do you hear the fan blowing,if not you have a bad evap fan motor or the evap coil could be iced up.on some models there is a damper in it the damper door could be closed and you'll have to repalce it,send model number next time,is it a side by side?what ever it is touch the freezer wall,if there is ice or snow on it you have a defrost problem,also there is a start device that plugs onto the compressor,need to send more info next time.they do leak sometime but most likely it's just a part,good luck

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