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After cleaning my 4 yr old side by side a month ago , fridge wont cool and in last few days ice beginning to melt . A repairman , without any disassembly or test meter , said my board was "froze" and it would take 300.00 to fix . After unplugging and defrosting 24 hours fridge worked fine for 1 week but now barely cools below 60 or so . can you help with advice ? does this sound like a possible warranty issue ?

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Make sure u didnt move the thermometer setting inside the fridge

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