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Freezer not freezing

I have a second hand fridge freezer that worked fine up until i moved house and stored it in a small room. I did leave it for 24 hours before switching on but now the freezer does not freeze. A friend suggested there was not enough cool air circulating so I have moved it to the kitchen where it sticks out like a sore thumb, I wouldnt mind but it still does not work properly. Some things do freeze, like milk and chips, but portions of chilli, bread, sausages are half frozen, in a sort of twillight freeze. Live alone so cant afford new one or man to help so please any advice would be gratefully received! Oh the fridge is very cold!

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  • janeyangel Feb 05, 2008

    Ther are 2 temperate settings in the fridge part and both are on coldest settings as I am not sure which is which.

  • elliott 1 Feb 14, 2008

    i have the same problem as janeyangel's,bought second hand transported it laying down in my van,it is in my garage now working the fridge gets really cold but the freezer part does'nt seem like its freezing at all.anything you can recommend for me. thankyou.

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Check your temperature setting.

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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    Felizardo Erilla Feb 06, 2008

    If the unit is manual control adjust the temp. setting to standard setting to avoid freezing specially at ref. side.
    If it is digital freezer and ref. setting is also separate you can adjust the temp. of your ref to higher temp to avoid freezing your stocks.

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