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Sorry to read about your problem, I hope this helps you out.

You unit is a dual system, your refrigerator side maybe low on freon, or the compressor is failing.and if you are lucky you may have a defective fan.

The good/bad news is the freezer side has its own compressor. so it will stay cold if the refrigerator side fails...

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  • grandma4557 Aug 04, 2011

    3 years ago I got An amana w/freezer drawer at the bottom....My son wedged it in the spot even tho it didn't fit....this summer the stuff on the top shelf froze and the side of the refrig was all sweaty......My neighbor got it out of there by putting straps under the front legs ---lifting it up and pulled it out.......the side of the wall was black mold----not sure about the type but I had been ill with symptoms much like a cold---sinus infection---so for a month I took antibiotics for 2 weeks
    and every cough and cold remedy I could find. now I take prednisone for water behind eardrums...my hearing diminished..WHAT shall I do now w/refrigerator???

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