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There is no cold air blowing from the freezer. What cold be the problem?

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If there is no air of any kind blowing, you may have a defrost problem, a fan motor not running, a damper door staying closed, or an obstruction of some other sort.
if its blowing warm air, you have a problem likely with your compressor or the starter, or low refrigerant

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