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I have a Brandt Apollo frost free fridge freezer which is malfunctioning, it is about four years old. The fridge section is dead whilst he freezer funtions. I noticed also that the interior light had got very hot and distorted the surrounding plastic and had ceased to function. I do not know if the two are connected or whether the appliance is repairable. I have defosted the freezer which made no difference.

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It may be repairable. setting the freezer aside for a moment, check to see if the fans come on when you first plug it in. make sure the vents dont have food debris in front of them. If the fans do not come on, you may be able to simply replace the fan or fans that pull warm air and blow cool air into the fridge. they get there cooling from the same coils and the freezer is working, so must be fans or fan relay

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