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Don't set your refrigerator's temperature too low. The colder it gets the more
it costs to run. Set the refrigerator's temperature to between 38 and 42 degrees
Fahrenheit (3 to 6 degrees Celcius) and your freezer to between 0 and 5 degrees
Fahrenheit (-17 to -15 degrees Celcius).
it is just a temp control, look real good at the control and see if you can see any holes in it that might have a small screw that can be turned. Maybe an in and out, you may be able to adjust it this way. let me know.
the fridge will run until it reaches the temp. there should be a differential of 2 degrees so when the temp rises by 2 degrees the fridge should restart so you will need to make sure the differential is set to 2 degrees celcius on controller
Same Guest as above posting this ... By the way, I have a FLSC238DS5 ... I spent 45 minutes on phone w/Frigidaire this afternoon (Phone#: 706-860-4110 Option 1 --> then Option 3). Didn't get anywhere. They say there are 3 solutions that should change it from C to F: 1) In between LED readouts for "Freezer Temp" and "Fresh Food Temp" there is a mode button that is hidden under the plate that you can press w/your finger OR 2) Hold "Fresh Food Temp" Up Arrow Key down, within 5 Seconds press "Freezer Temp" Up Arrow Key 3 times and it should change C to F or vice verse. Didn't work for me so she said 3rd option was to have a service tech come and diagnose. She said there would be a charge. I am not paying to have somebody come here to resolve this issue. That is when I asked her to escalate it to a supervisor which she did. Hopefully, I get a call back & a solution. Stay tuned ...