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ELEVATING TEMPERATURE INSIDE FREEZER

WE HAD A POWER OUTAGE AND THEN WHEN THE POWER CAME BACK , MY REFRIGERATOR HAS NOT BEEN WORKING WELL .THE TEMPERATURE INSIDE THE FREEZER AND FRIDGE IT WAS RISING AND THE ICE CUBES JUST MELT. ANY SUGESTION WOULD BE HELPFUL, THANKS.

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