Question about Refrigerators
Try adjusting the thermostat (freezer setting). Crank it from lowest to
highest to lowest a few times, and then leave it set on the lowest
setting. That may get something unstuck. You could try putting a little
light (low viscosity) silicone oil on the working parts of the
thermostat. Silicone oil doesn't get thick at low temperatures.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
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