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Should there be hot air blowing out from under my refrigerator?

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  • dorothy6691 Jul 28, 2010

    It is hot to stand in front of the refrigerator and I thought maybe it was not running efficiently. Thank you.

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A simple answer is yes,adrian,,,

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