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Our fridge and freezer have gone to very high temperatures: 46 for the freezer, and 67 for the fridge. The door may have been left open all day. Now we have closed the doors, the temperatures do not seem to be falling. Is the fridge now broken?

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Freezer may have frosted up from door being open give it some time should clear it self if it doesnt you may have to defrost it

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