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I have an older fridge freezer which has 3 lights in fridge ,1 for if ive left the door open, 1 for i think tempreture and 1 with an s on also a on/off switch.I just purchased this 2nd hand and its great but it keeps beeping and flashing the tempreture light,also the freezer is not keeping things really frozen even though i have put it up to 7.

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What make and model is this unit. It sounds like it could be an error code. Possibly a thermal fuse or something in the defrost cycle. Try unpluging the unit for 15 mins and plug it in again. It will at least reset it and it may run until it hits the defrost cycle again. You are most likely going to require service.
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