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Not cooling correctly. The temps alway stay at 70F or 68F

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Remove the back of fridge and vacuum coils and compressor. If this does not work you probably will need professional service.

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According to LG nope. However this may help you

61f = 16C
63f = 17C
64f = 18C
66f = 19C
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70f = 21C
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73f = 23C
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