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Danby D9604W Is it possible to disconnect the freezer, so that it does not function and use the unit as a refrigerator only?

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No this is not possible since the ref gets all its cold from the freezer.<br /> <br /> If this was helpful please rate me.<br />IMUFO2<br />Leo Ponder Appliance-Tyler,Texas<br /><a rel='nofollow' href="mailto:imufo2@sbcglobal.net">imufo2@sbcglobal.net</a>

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