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Fridge frozen Our Whirlppol fridge has been freezing our food for about 4 weeks now. The freezer side is fine. Despite upping the temperature to +5 there's no effect. Does this mean the thermostat has gone?! Any ideas welcome. Penny & Vince

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Hi thanks for the question yes would replace the thermostat thanks the appliance doc

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