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My Sub Zero Refrigerator doesn't seem to cycle off but the temperature remains constant. Does the refrigerant need to be checked?

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Clean the condenser coil and makes sure that the fans in the freezer section and the one at the compressor is running if the fans are running and after the coil cleaning the problem persists call a tech for help

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