Question about Refrigerators
Your thermostat might be busted thats why you cant control the temperature. Also, check for the drain pan. if it is dry, then there might be some particles(I.e. soot, ice,) along the drain channel. Try to defrost the unit first and check for the drain pan. If water came out from it. restart your unit. if problem persisted, replace the thermostat. This shoul resolve the problem.
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Posted on Mar 30, 2008
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