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Model #psc23sgna bs fridge is getting too cold freezing vege's water and ice is fine we did have a power outage last week and that's when the problem seems too have started any help would be appreciated thanks david

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It is unlikely that a power outage by itself will cause your problem. Recheck hour refrigerator thermostat. It should regulate to 38-42 degrees F. You can take an outdoor thermometer and put it into the fridge compartment, leave it for an hour or two and check. Adjust as necessary. If that doesn't fix it, we can proceed further.

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