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Minimal cooling Not cooling. Is set on max setting of 7.

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2008

    not cooling stays at 40 degrees in morning and in afternoon higher around 50 degrees?

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Unplug the fridge for two hrs
maybe its not defrosting
plug it back in & see if it make any differance

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