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GE Profile Refrigerator PSS26SGPSS stopped cooling on both fridge and freezer side. Temp controls show current temp (now 78), but when I set for lower temp, nothing happens. Hear small fan running, but no sound of condenser. All lights and displays are working and appear normal.

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