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My Frigidaire side-by-side fridge (model: FRS24XGCW2) never reach freezing temperature in freezer though both side are colder than room temperature. The compressor and fan keep working forever.

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1. Check and clean the condenser where system heat is transfered to the air. Located in back behind removable panel, after cleaning make sure you re-install the panel for proper air circulation.

2. Check the back wall of the freezer for ice or frost. If you have frost buildup on the back wall you have a defrost system problem. This would be lated to the timer, heaters, or defrost thermostat.

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