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Tempature on fridge won't stay @ 38

Just in the last couple of days our tempature on the fridge screen says 45 degrees. I keep pushing power cool to cool it back down and when I push the temp button it says 38..then it goes right back to 45. This morning when I woke up it was down to 38..then within an hour it was back up to 45. Also water sometimes leaks out of the bottom refridgerator side? Thanks.

Posted by cassidy Mckinley on

  • cassidy Mckinley May 19, 2007

    so how do I get to those places? It is still doing it!

  • nuty5 Nov 24, 2008

    I've had water leak out the bottom also!

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Might be freezing on the evaporator faulty defrost timer or drain is blocked water should run down back bottom tray

Posted on May 13, 2007

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