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Whirlpool Freezer doesn't freeze?

I Bought a Whirlpool Upright Refridgerator/Freezer. Model #ET8CHEXSQ02
I cannot get the Ice cream in the Freezer to Freeze. I started the control at the Mid setting as recommended, then adjusted it higher on a daily basis. This refridgerator is kept in an insulated garage. Can you help me?

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Insulated or not, garages are generally too cold for new energy efficient frigs to operate. ambient temp needs to be above 60 to work efficiently.

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