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My Samsung Cooltech plus fridge's temperature keeps on skipping back to 9 degrees celcius. Freezer is working fine, what can the problem be?

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Every time I select my fridge and freezer temperature from -16 and 3 degrees C respectively it keeps on going back to 20 and 18 degree C. Please assist.

Posted on Mar 13, 2011

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