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I have a MZD2766GEW side by side.Freezer side OK.Fridge side warm.If you think it could be the fan or timer, where are they located.

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    Yes, I have the exact same problem. What's the solution. Anybody???

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Unplug the fridge, let it defrost over 12 hours, wipe up the mess and plug in. Problem is cold air vents ice up over several years and the fridge side fails to work. The other freezer side continues to work. That is why it seems to be a puzzle.

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