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Temp Fluctuations Owned for about 9 months. Every few weeks, sometimes both, sometimes just freezer or fridge temperature shoots up by 10 to 16 degrees. A few hours later its back to normal. No codes and everything else works just fine. thx John

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I wouldnt worry mucha bout the fluxuations in temp, chances are simply a momentary reading perhaps just after a defrost cycle, sometimes new electronics can be a little too sensitive, I would only worry if you actually experience a noticable deiifeence in temp(ie.. your milk doesnt last as long, ice cream not hard as once was,, dairy usually best indicator in temp flux's))) dont worry so much abou the number, unlkess they are consistantly rising without correction

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