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Kenmore refigerator Freezer on top 20 c.f.

Freezer section is working fine, while the refigerator section is warm - not at all cold. Ice has built up on top left of ceiling behind the two bulbs.in left side. Dennis

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Unpluging n keeping ur refrigerator off for least 24 hours n defrosting it is a best thing to do in such cases.try doing that ,if u hve already tried out doing it n still if it doesnot help.do not try to open it manually if u dont hve any experience as it can lead to further problems.its better to call a technician n the servicing is more than enough to resolve this problem.thanks rate this solution as fixya if it helps u anyway.thanks feel free for further assistance

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    hemant somaiya Jun 11, 2008

    because of the frozen ice in freezer the air from the compressor that comes to the refrigerator section is blocked n hence ur refrigerator remains warm due to the lack of cool air requirement.defrosting is the best solution.

    rate this solution as fixya. as it will solve ur problem 4 sure

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    feel free for further assistance.thanks for using fixya n giving us a chance to assist u.rate it "fixya" and encourage us to help u more in future.

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Check the ventilations sir

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