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Fridge not cooling down

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My fridge Temperature display shows 9 deg, I have set it to 4 deg, I can hear Fan and compressor running, I switch off the fridge for 10 min and then restarted, the Temperature was showing 13 deg.
I switched on the Turbo mode and in 20 min the Temperature c ame down to 9 deg.
Temperature will not go bellow 8 or 9 deg.
Can you help

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The most likely cause is a gas leak . Call a technician.

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Your description is quite complete but is rather baffling. Pls bear with me while we process by elimination. A few basic/working ideas:
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