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Frigidaire Refigerator Refrigerator temp is cool but not cold...freezer section working OK but has slight frosting on rear wall. (freezer is on top) Vacuumed out dirt from coils on bottom. Fans seem to be running.

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TEMP FIX i found remove hinge cover top of left door and unplug the Icemaker and fridge will run again havent figured out the problem with icemaker yet though

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