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Top two shelves of my frostfree fridgefreezer are not freezing. already frozen foods are remaining so in the bottom half, but fresh chicken legs have taken nearly 3 days to freeze in snd shelf from top.

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  • kizzy1 Apr 30, 2008

    Thanks! Is there anything I can do to remedy the problem or will i have to call someone in?

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You have a sealed system problem, a leak in a tube connection somewhere

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