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Refrigerator Controls The computer controls inside the refrigerator do not respond. When you press the panel there is not any change in the numbers displayed which appear to be the actual temperature. Thank you

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  • DenverMike10 Jan 20, 2008

    I have the exact same proble the contrl don'twork at all.

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Try un plugging the unit for a day, see if the unit would reset by itself. look in the owners manual for a reset procedure if it has. otherwise replace the electronic module. or it could be a touch pad problem. the touch pad is like a switch for the module to understand the command.

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