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Refrigerator problem I'm getting an error message on the temp display and it is not blowing cold air

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    er 7 code on lcd display. blowing room temp air.

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I bought a couple of samsung rs2556 from a liquidation place, but i´m getting a blink on the display every second. I tried replacing the board but did the same thing. could it be a sensor? please help me out.

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