Question about Refrigerators
Inspect the unit inside at the back where you have a metal panel. Feel the back of it if it has ice build up. If there is unplug the unit and start removing the ice. The thermostat may have been frozen. You may loosen up the screws for better access. This is a good chance to clean it up. The ice build up may be caused by water not flowing correctly due to clogged drains.
Other than this this may be problem with your thermostat. It is usually located near or at the back panel described earlier. You may need to have it tested.
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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