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Westinghouse fridge Temperature Control: I have lost the manual for my fridge and need to know if 'Cooler' means cooler cabinet temp or cooler weather and adversely the 'Warmer' means cabinet temp or warmer weather? I am trying by turning to cooler (the temp here is 36C+ atm) but I dont want to lose all the food I have in there.

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