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Amana Bottom Freezer control knob

Our Amana bottom freezer does not have the control knob to adjust the temperature. Does anyone know which way to turn the "post" to make it warmer or colder??? oN THIS REFRIGERATOR THE TEMPERATURE CONTROL FOR THE REFRIG IS IN THE REFRIGERATOR SECTION AND THE FREEZER CONTROL IS IN THE FREEZER, ALMOST OUT OF SIGHT.

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    How to make adjustments to the thermostat sited inside refrigerator below freezer box which is non adjustable can this be done.

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Http://amana.com
go here and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on "sitemap"
and you will find help information.

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