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My refrigerator works when it feels like it

I cleaned the refrigerator of dust thoroughly, and it started to work. It stopped working this past Wed. I noticed that it was starting to leak. Also it is like the top half of the refrigerator stopped working, and the lower half of the refrigerator was working (barely), now today it started back making Ice. Should i get another refrigerator?

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