Question about Refrigerators
Posted by Anonymous on
There are three possible reasons;
\ the door seal is allowing warm air to sneak into the freezer, this usually causes lots of ice to build up
\The thermostat has worn out and is not responding to the temperature, you can check this with a thermometer it should be around -20 degrees celcius
\The freezer is slowly losing refrigerant and can not cool properly any more, some shelves are frozen while others are not
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