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Fridge not working

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My Kelvinator Cyclic Defrost 340 has ceased to work. The light inside still works but over a period of weeks the fridge went from being cold to not cooling at all. The freezer still worked and was keeping things frozen until a couple of days ago when this too decided to die. I have now turned the fridge off. Does anyone have a suggestion as to what the problem could be please?

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Sounds like the defrost system is defective, frozen. possibilities are fan in freezer wuit or defrost heater open or defrost timer bad. try these first, if not fixed call.

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