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We have a monogram 36", 42", 48" and recently the temperature on the refrigerator side is too cold so that the vegetables are frozen. However when we tried to set the temperature down, it automatically lower the temperature again. Please help.

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I have a Ge Monogram 42" side by side. The temp on both side are not cold enought and I tried to change the temperature setting to colder but it's went right back. All the food started to thawed. PLease help. Thanks

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