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Dual cooling fridge feezer top part of fridge warmer than bottom

Top part of fridge is warmer than the bottom half, noisy fan sound that has now diminished

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What does dual cooling mean?

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You're frosting up. Either the box is set too cold or you've got a moisture problem which requires a full defrost. The fan noise is the blades hitting ice. Leave the unit open and off for a day or more and then start with standard factory settings. Avoid open liquids and window shopping inside your fridge.

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