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Fridgemaster mtrl 130 keeps icing up horrendously. what might the problem be?

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Sounds like a faulty thermostat,turn this down to its lowest setting possible if it doesnt turn off you will have a faulty stat,it can be checked with a container of ice and a multimeter,place the thermostat bulb or wire into the ice the thermostat should break circuit,do not try this unless you are somewhat mechanically or electrically minded if you do attempt this UNPLUG the supply voltage first

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