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    The temps are fine. How does one fix this? Can I do it?



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Indicated appliance is overgassed assuming fridge and freezer temps are ok

Posted on Aug 28, 2008


Not easy to do without the right gear. if you can lay hands on a line tap valve (valve which bolts onto the compressor pipe and pierces a hole) then you can try letting out a little gas at a time but only let gas out when compressor is not working and has been off for a few minutes

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